The forgotten role of families - why it's time to find our voice on families

The forgotten role of families, why it is time to find our voice on families

New CSJ report sets out the extent of public support for government talking about family stability

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RT @DrGerardLyons: Here is a short piece on #Productivity I wrote a few weeks ago for @Netwealth & that appeared in @CityAM ALSO Read e… 1 hour ago
RT @CSJCriminalJust: Hastily convened team photo from earlier today! @RoryGeo, @NjkNoel, @FrancescaW95 and Sam! Genuinely a #dreamteam! Fra… 2 hours ago
RT @RoryGeo: So lucky to have a great team on criminal justice at @csjthinktank. Talented, committed, and a real pleasure to work with! #Fr 2 hours ago
A budget with added social justice, but not a social justice budget. Read the CSJ’s budget reaction here: https://t.co/ob4MPzyczz 2 days ago
RT @CSJCriminalJust: According to our team member and colleague @njknoel, speaking at @YJC2017, @csjthinktank is "the greatest thinktank in… 2 days ago
RT @cllrbartington: Welcome news of £28m #HousingFirst investment and a new Homelessness Task Force. Commitment to eliminating rough sleepi… 2 days ago

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