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by Harriet Waldegrave | Sep 19, 2013It is widely accepted that if you intervene with young children, before they can fall behind, you have a chance to change their life course for the better, and that it is particularly important to do so for poor children. Intervening is not easy but there is a service...
by Harriet Waldegrave | Mar 8, 2013International Women’s Day is a good time to think about the political issues that affect women, and what policy changes can be made to help improve women’s lives. Childcare, a hot political topic at the moment, is certainly one of those issues. It is women who...
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