National media briefing: Diabetes UK, Autistica, Lewes Community Screen and Perspectives

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Only one in five people with diabetes are keeping their condition under control, Diabetes UK has warned.

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One in three parents of children with autism has tried interventions with no scientific basis in a desperate attempt to help their offspring, according to a survey by the research charity Autistica.

See The Independent for full story

A former brewery warehouse in East Sussex could become a four-screen community cinema run by the charity Lewes Community Screen.

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Ambitious plans to reduce the number of orphans in Russia are running into strong institutional resistance, child welfare campaigners, including the St Petersburg charity Perspectives, have warned.

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