What About The Children? responds to government consultations, is represented on All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG's) and  involved with a number of  national groups and coalitions who are concerned for children's mental and physical health and wellbeing: Save Childhood Movement (SCM), First 1001 Critical Days, 70/30 campaign to reduce child maltreatment. Early Childhood Forum (ECF)

What About The Children? publishes a monthly Blog and followed on Twitter@WATCUK

Advocacy

What About The Children? Opinion Survey 2018

Typically a survey is set up to gain a snap-shot of a present-time state of affairs/opinion (Denscombe, 1998, 'The Good University Guide'). This was the intention at What About the Children? when it commissioned a survey to ascertain public opinion on a range of topics with respect to the care of children under three. Opinion Survey January 2018 CHILDCARE SHOULD COST MORE, NOT LESS

What About The Children? response to Ofsted Early Years Inspection Framework Handbook 2019 Consultation. April 2019

What About The Children? letter to Rt Hon. Norman Lamb MP Chair of the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee for the inquiry and report into early years intervention March 2019

What About The Children? Evidence to First 1001 Days APPG enquiry::factors affecting optimal development

https://1001criticaldays.co.uk. The Case For Action on

What About The Children? is a member of ECF and worked on drafting the Charter for Early Childhood. The Early Childhood Forum (ECF) brings together membership organisations from across the early childhood sector to debate issues, celebrate differences and develop consensus.

pdfThe Early Childhood Forum – Charter for Early Childhood

Letter published - the Guardian 18th August 2014

pdfGuardian 18th August 2014