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Inquiry Status: Closed
The Education Committee holds a one-off evidence session on child well-being in England, based on the findings reported in UNICEF Record Card 11. The UNICEF Report Card, published in 2013, placed the United Kingdom 16th out of 21 developed countries in terms of child well-being. Issues arising for child well-being in England from UNICEF’s findings and possible responses.
The Education Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 12 March 2014
The Education Committee will hold a one-off evidence session in March on child well-being in England, based on the findings reported in UNICEF Record Card 11
Evidence given by Dragan Nastic, Domestic Policy and Research Officer, UNICEF-UK, Peter Grigg, Director of Campaigns, Policy and Research, The Children's Society, and Ian Bauckham, President, Association of School and College Leaders; Rt Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools, Department for Education (at 10.30am).