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National Play Strategy: Review of inclusive play in Scotland
A review of inclusive play in Scotland was identified as a high priority within the National Play Strategy Action Plan (2013). The plan specifically mentions the play rights of disabled children and young people and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
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- 3.6 million children under 16 are living in poverty
- Time for Parents
- Scottish families in debt as they try to keep up with school meal payments
- Next steps on the UNCRC (Incorporation) (Scotland) Bill
- Foodbanks struggling with increased demand
- One Parent Families Scotland call for a full review of the Child Maintenance System
- Nearly half of people referred to food banks are in debt to the government
- Almost half of parents find it harder to pay for essentials
- Will the new Online Safety Bill work for children?