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Carers Rights – Looking after someone? Know your rights.

Most of us will provide unpaid care for someone who is older, disabled or seriously ill at some point in our lives. Taking place on Thursday 26 November, Carers Rights Day brings together organisations from across the UK to reach out to carers with information, advice and support. This year’s theme is Know Your Rights. The COVID-19… View Article

Young Voices Changing Policing and Crime

Be a part of the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner  Young Voices Conversation!  Young Voices Conversation aims to provide an open forum for young people living in South Wales to speak with the Police & Crime Commissioner and South Wales Police about policing and community safety. The forum will meet 3 times a year… View Article

Outdoor Cardiff

Outdoor Cardiff is about using partnership and co-ordination to promote the rich variety of open air events, places and activities that the city has to offer, in contrast to the more familiar image of Cardiff as a cosmopolitan capital city known for its rugby and sporting tradition, cultural venues, shopping and nightlife. This portal provides… View Article

National Safeguarding Week

For National Safeguarding Week, Cardiff has launched a corporate safeguarding animated video designed to help all staff understand what we can do to protect children and vulnerable adults from abuse. The video reinforces the message that ‘safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility’ and we all have a duty to report safeguarding concerns under the Wales Safeguarding Procedures… View Article

Young People Q&A with Mark Drakeford

Young people met with the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford MS/AS to discuss all things mental health support, Covid, education, being a leader and much more. Make sure you subscribe to the CYS channel to stay up to date with our content.

Study links childhood poverty to violent crime and self-harm

A new study shows that children growing up in poverty are seven times more likely to harm themselves and be involved in violent crimes as young adults. This research highlights the importance of providing child-friendly public services, housing and education. The study used data from Denmark, however, two of the authors Professor Roger Webb and… View Article

World Children’s Day Book Giveaway

To celebrate World Children's Day on November the 20th we have 10 copies of ' Children Who Changed the World' up for grabs. An inspiring and incredible showcase of the power of children's rights! To enter: 1. Like one of our giveaway posts on one of our social media accounts Twitter/Instagram/Facebook 2. Follow that account... View Article

Cardiff Summer Ideas Challenge

The Ideas Summer Challenge was a response to drastic changes brought on by COVID-19.

Pupil Engagement Road Map

Children and young people have been sharing their views on the challenges faced during the pandemic.