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Does the law ensure the voices of children are heard?

Does the law ensure the voices of children are heard?

Update: 2021-01-10
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In our first episode, Alma-Constance and Lucinda Acland talk to Lady Brenda Hale about how laws are made and how they are used to help children, when when adults are arguing and children are caught in the middle. 
Lady Hale tells her story about how she became interested in the way that  laws can be used to make sure that  people are treated fairly; and how she was involved in creating the Children Act, to ensure that the opinions and views of children are heard by adults.

Alma-Constance and Lucinda  would love to hear from you! Tell us what you think of our episode, and if you've got any questions,  ideas about a topic or someone you'd like us to interview,  please  contact us through the website, kidslaw.info  or on social media - follow us on Twitter @KidsLawInfo, Facebook and Instagram @KidsLawInfo

You can also email us: kidslaw@spark21.org

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Does the law ensure the voices of children are heard?

Does the law ensure the voices of children are heard?

Alma-Constance Denis-Smith and Lucinda Acland