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Children, Young People and Families

by Paul Hodkinson and Rachel Brooks  |  17th July 2020

Paul Hodkinson and Rachel Brooks, authors of 'Sharing Care', explain some of the key findings from their research into the experiences of fathers who take on an equal or greater share of caregiving, and explore what their conclusions might suggest about the prospects for them amidst the COVID-19 lockdown.…Read more

by Killian Mullan  |  16th July 2020

Killian Mullan, author of 'A Child’s Day', discusses how children spent their free time prior to the COVID-19 lockdown, and how the pandemic and closing of schools has further impacted their use of time.…Read more

by Hannah B and Mike S  |  1st July 2020

Social workers Hannah B and Mike S explore the idea of reunification between a child in care and their family, and explain that it is a chance that should never be overlooked.…Read more

by Eleanor Jupp and Sophie Bowlby  |  12th June 2020

Sophie Bowlby and Eleanor Jupp, two of the co-authors of 'The New Politics of Home: Housing, Gender and Care in Times of Crisis', look at how coronavirus conditions can make us consider new aspects of home, care and the wider infrastructures that support them.…Read more

by Martin Glynn  |  10th June 2020

In the new Lyrix from Lockdown podcast, Dr Martin Glynn, criminologist, academic, data storyteller and creative director of Algorhythm Data Storytelling Lab, explores the consequences of knife crime and the emotions that young men like Omar experience when faced with bullying and ongoing masculine challenges.…Read more

by Sam Royston  |  28th May 2020

In the first in this podcast mini-series, Sam Royston, author of 'Broken Benefits: What's Gone Wrong with Welfare Reform', talks about the impact of COVID-19 on families.…Read more

by Paulo Pinheiro and Ullrich Bauer  |  25th May 2020

Paulo Pinheiro and Ullrich Bauer discuss how children and young people have been of secondary importance during the COVID-19 response and why this needs to change when it comes to tackling the consequences and effects of the pandemic.…Read more

Alison Body, author of 'Children’s Charities in Crisis', looks at how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the crisis children’s early intervention support services were already facing, but reveals how it also provides the action imperative to commission these differently.…Read more

Aisha K. Gill, Professor of Criminology at the University of Roehampton, explores the impact the Covid-19 lockdown measures are having on victims of domestic violence, particularly for BME women and girls, and what should be done.…Read more

by Clive Diaz  |  10th April 2020

With demand for child protection services increasing as people are asked to stay inside together, Clive Diaz, author of 'Decision Making in Child and Family Social Work', explores how we can keep children, young people, parents and social workers safe.…Read more