TITLE

Safe Places to Play and Hang Out

PUB. DATE
February 2011
SOURCE
Children's Services Parliamentary Monitor;Feb2011, Issue 52, p126
SOURCE TYPE
Report
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on a debate on the report "Safe Places to Play and Hang Out" introduced by Children and Young People Committee Chairman Helen Mary Jones before the Welsh Assembly on February 2, 2011. She noted that young people would like adults and older children to participate in their play experiences based on the evidence received by the committee. She cited the committee's recommendation for the Welsh government to run regional summits. Legislator Jonathan Morgan emphasised that the evidence showed the concern among young people over bullying.
ACCESSION #
61906502

 

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