NSPCC policy work in Wales
This page presents the most recent responses of the NSPCC Wales policy team to government consultations and our briefings on key Paliamentary debates and policy developments.
If you can't find what you're looking for or would like more information about the NSPCC's policy work please contact the policy team in Wales.
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Independent Review of Assessment and the National Curriculum Wales (PDF, 407KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to consultation on the future of Regulation and Inspection in Wales (PDF, 160KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the consultation on revised guidance on safeguarding children in education (PDF, 308KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the Welsh Labour's policy consultation debating positive parenting and the legal defence of the reasonable punishment of children (PDF, 96KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Continuity and change: refreshing the relationship between Welsh Government and the Third Sector in Wales (PDF, 112KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the consultation on the development of national standards and outcomes framework for children and young people’s advocacy services in Wales (PDF, 212KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the consultation on the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill (PDF, 5.61MB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the consultation on legislation to end violence against women and domestic abuse (Wales) (PDF, 340KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to a national outcomes framework for social services in Wales (PDF, 92KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales consultation response to When I’m ready: planning transition to adulthood for care leavers (PDF, 308KB)
Wales UNCRC monitoring group response to the Welsh Government consultation: Should the Rights of Children and Young Persons (Wales) Measure 2011 be extended to 18–24 year olds? (PDF, 50.4KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to youth justice green paper (PDF, 296KB)
Registering and monitoring home-based education (PDF, 105KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the consultation on Together for mental health (PDF, 68KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the Social Services (Wales) Bill (PDF, 152KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Shared purpose: shared delivery (PDF, 41KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to Protecting children in Wales: arrangements for multi-agency child practice reviews (PDF, 33KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to statutory performance indicators for Welsh local authorities from April 2012 (PDF, 37KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to the All Wales Protocol on the management of young people engaged in sexually harmful behaviour (PDF, 63KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales response to response to the consultation on the qualification framework for the degree in social work in Wales (PDF, 49KB)
The child protection argument for a ban on smacking (PDF, 232KB)
NSPCC Cymru/Wales campaign briefing: all babies count (PDF, 84KB)
All babies count is an NSPCC campaign calling on the governments of the UK, as well as professionals and the public, to work with us to make the commitments on early intervention a reality. For more information see our All babies count campaign website and our pages for professionals on children under one.
Joint briefing paper for the debate on bringing forward legislation to end the defence of ‘lawful chastisement’ for an offence of assaulting a child (PDF, 94KB)
From: Children in Wales/Plant yng Nghymru, Save the Children/Achub y Plant, NSPCC Cymru/Wales, Barnardo's Cymru, Action for Children/Gweithredu dros Blant, Standing up for Children/Tros Gynnal and the Welsh Refugee Council/Cyngor Ffoaduriaid Cymru.
Domestic abuse: a child’s point of view (NSPCC Cymru/Wales domestic abuse briefing) (PDF, 112KB)
Briefing paper on NSPCC Cymru/Wales campaign to improve the outcomes for children and young people who experience domestic abuse in Wales, includes information on the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people as well as recommendations for the Welsh Assembly Government.