Fighting for childhood in Wales Brwydro dros blentyndod yng Nghymru
We’re working to strengthen the delivery of children’s rights and create safer childhoods for every child in Wales.
We believe this can be realised by finding out what’s working and – more importantly – what isn’t, and what we can do about it. So we’re evaluating our services for children and families and sharing our learning through working with partners and influencing government.
We believe safer childhoods are the route to improving outcomes for children now and for future generations in Wales.
Rydym yn gweithio i gryfhau’r modd y caiff hawliau plant eu sicrhau ac yn sicrhau bod pob plentyn yng Nghymru'n cael plentyndod mwy diogel.
Rydym yn credu y gellir gwneud hyn drwy ganfod beth sy’n gweithio – ac yn bwysicach – beth sydd ddim yn gweithio, a beth allwn ni ei wneud am y peth. Felly, rydym yn gwerthuso ein gwasanaethau ar gyfer plant a theuluoedd ac yn rhannu’r hyn rydym wedi’i ddysgu drwy weithio gyda phartneriaid ac yn dylanwadu ar y llywodraeth.
Rydym yn credu mai plentyndod mwy diogel yw’r ffordd i wella’r canlyniadau i blant nawr, ac ar gyfer cenedlaethau’r dyfodol yng Nghymru.
Wales consultation responses
Our policy team in Wales respond to government consultations and write briefings to influence the development of policies and laws that affect children and young people. Below are the most recent government consultations we've responded to.
Ymatebion i ymgynghoriadau yng Nghymru
Mae ein tîm polisi yng Nghymru'n ymateb i ymgynghoriadau'r llywodraeth ac yn ysgrifennu papurau briffio i ddylanwadu ar y gwaith o ddatblygu polisïau a chyfreithiau sy'n effeithio ar blant a phobl ifanc. Dyma'r ymgynghoriadau mwyaf diweddar gan y llywodraeth yr ydym wedi ymateb iddynt.
More consultation responses
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A young people’s guide to making positive relationships matter
In 2015, when the Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Act was passed, the Welsh Government worked with Welsh Women’s Aid to publish guidance for education practitioners on how to promote gender wellbeing and gender equalities for respectful relationships (Welsh Government, 2015).
A key part of this practitioner guide encourages young people to actively start up or get involved in local and global campaigns to stop gender-based and sexual violence in their schools and communities. To support young people, we worked with Cardiff University, Welsh Women’s Aid, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales and Welsh Government to produce AGENDA.
Voices Over Silence
A youth call to action on FGM
Voices Over Silence was a youth participation project involving 16 young women aged 12-19 years old from schools across Cardiff.
Over a 6 month period from September 2015 to January 2016 the group worked on issues including girl's rights and gender-based harm such as female genital mutilation (FGM).
They produced a film, poster and leaflet aimed at raising awarness.
The project was a collaboration between NSPCC Cymru/Wales, BAWSO, Cardiff and Vale Health Board, Welsh Government and Wales Strategic Honour based Violence Leadership Group.
Spotlight on child neglect conference
New evidence about what works to improve outcomes of neglected children
On 15 March 2016 NSPCC Cymru/Wales ran a free conference for practitioners, academics and policy makers to share latest evidence on what works to tackle child neglect.
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Research and resources
More research from Wales
Find more research and resources from Wales in our library catalogue.
Services for children and families in Wales
We have service centres across the United Kingdom which offer a combination of services to children, families and professionals. We support parents and families in caring for their children and provide therapeutic assistance to help children move on from abuse.
Find out what services are available for children and families in Wales - and how to get in touch:
What you can do in Wales
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