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Righteous but wrong June 2008
Outrage would be an appropriate response if I suggested the age of consent should be lowered to 13 – but I didn't, explains Kathleen Marshall
The great outdoors March 2005
Health and safety fears aren't a barrier to encouraging young children to make the most of the outdoors at nature schools in Scandanavia. Nicola Pay reports on a similiar approach in Scotland.
Making space for the very young March 2005
The need to create safe space for children is a public issue and as such both national governments and the European Union have roles to play in setting standards and developing research. Bronwen Cohen, guest editor of Children in Europe, reports on a survey of European standards.
Power to the parents March 2005
Jennifer Wallace presents the thinking behind the Scottish Consumer Council's call for a new organisation to represent parents' views about the education of their children.
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