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Research and Other Reports

This section provides details of research and a wide range of other reports that impact on children and young people.



Tackling in-work poverty by supporting dual-earning families, 13/11/13 [W/E/NI/S]

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation has produced new research on family poverty.


14-19 Learning Pathways – Review of learner travel, 08/11/13 [W]

This review by the Welsh Government looks at the impact of increased learner travel between venues following the Learning and Skills (Wales) Measure 2009, which gave students more choice as to where and what they studied.


Independent Inquiry into Family Learning, 31/10/13 [W/E]

The education charity NIACE has produced a report into family learning, along with a summary of issues relating to Wales.


A review of devolved approaches to child poverty, 31/10/13 [W/E/NI/S]

This report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation details the appraoches taken by the devolved nations in the UK to tackling child poverty.


The Financial Capability of 15-17 year olds, 24/10/13 [W/E/NI/S]

This report by the Money Advice Service looks at attitudes and behaviours of young people towards financial issues.


A living language: have your say, 22/10/13 [W]

IAITH, the Welsh centre for language planning, has published a report following the public conversation held on the future of the Welsh language.


State of the Nation 2013: social mobility and child poverty in Great Britain, 17/10/13 [W/E/NI/S]

The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission has published its first Annual Report, detailing progress on tackling child poverty and improving social mobility.


Child Poverty Strategy Progress Report 2013, 14/10/13 [W]

This is the annual report by the Children’s Commissioner for Wales which looks at the progress made since the publication of his Child Poverty Strategy.


Flying Start: Qualitative research with high need families, 14/10/13 [W]

This research looks at the experiences of high-need parents who are involved with the Welsh Government’s Flying Start programme.


Chief Medical Officer for Wales Annual Report 2012-13: Healthier, Happier, Fairer, 09/10/13 [W]

In this report, the Chief Medical Officer for Wales gives details of the current state of the nation’s health, and reccomends ways that public health could be improved.