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What deaf children need from SEN reform #2: More participation

Yesterday, we kicked off a week of blogs about special educational needs (SEN) reform. All of these changes came into effect in England yesterday via part 3 of the… 423 more words


Fighting Illegal Fishers with Satellite Intelligence

This is an exciting time for marine law enforcement. A number of NGOs and research groups are now working on ways to monitor fishing vessels via satellite data. 482 more words

What deaf children need from SEN reform #1: Better data

Good news everyone! Christmas has come early… if you’re a policy geek like me. Yes, today is the day that (nearly) all of the big long-awaited changes to the special educational needs system in England come into force. 406 more words


NEC report: August 2014

Young Labour and Labour Students have been doing lots of campaigning in our target seats throughout August. We’ve also been looking at how to better engage young people. 100 more words

Labour Party

Engaging young people could be the difference between winning and losing next year

Polls show that the next election will be a close-run contest. The 3.3 million young people who will be eligible to vote for the first time could be the difference between winning and losing. 776 more words

Labour Party

Support our Thunderclap!

At the end of September we’ll be launching our new campaign Listen Up! to improve audiology services for deaf children and young people.

We want to make sure as many people as possible know about our campaign; to do this we’ve set up a… 227 more words


The New Face of Campaigning

Gone are the days (thankfully) that our Facebook feeds would be littered with heart wrenching photographs of suffering children; the post claiming that 100,000 likes would miraculously cure them, or that if you did not share you would be forever branded Satan’s minion. 600 more words