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All Babies Count: spotlight on the criminal justice system - an unfair sentence

This report, in collaboration with Barnardo’s, looks at how the criminal justice system can impact on pregnancy and babies, and what can be done to help.

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All Babies Count: the Dad Project

Shares what we learnt during the Dad Project about how to better engage dads in antenatal and postnatal care.

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Baby Steps in a prison context: parents' perspectives

Evaluation of the Baby Steps antenatal programme focusing on the experience of parents who are in prison, or who have a partner in prison. Part of the NSPCC’s Impact and Evidence series.

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Challenges from the frontline

Investigates how welfare reform and austerity policies are affecting work with vulnerable families in Scotland.

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Coping with crying: help parents to keep babies safe

Evaluation of the Preventing non-accidental head injury programme. Part of the NSPCC's Impact and evidence series. 

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Estimating the costs of child sexual abuse in the UK

Report using research literature to estimate the overall costs of child sexual abuse in the UK at £3.2bn in 2012.

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Evaluation of the NSPCC’s SAFE: personal safety skills for deaf children

Report by the University of Manchester about the NSPCC’s toolkit for teaching deaf children how to keep themselves safe.

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Experiences of 11-16 year olds on social networking sites

Describes experiences of 11-16 year olds on social networking sites and strategies used to deal with things that upset them online.

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Family SMILES: interim evaluation report

Evaluation of a group work programme for children aged 8-13 who have a parent with a mental health problem. Part of the NSPCC's Impact and evidence series.

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