National media briefing: National Children's Bureau, Damilola Taylor's father urges more support for youth charities, Action for Children, Fairer Fares Campaign

Charities in today's national news

Charities in today's national news
Charities in today's national news

England's education system is in danger of making pupils unhappy by pursuing exam success at all costs, the head of the National Children's Bureau charity will warn today.
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The father of Damilola Taylor, the 10-year-old killed in south London in 2000, has asked the government to give more support to youth charities.
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The Action for Children charity, which started out in Wales by helping homeless girls in Cardiff, is marking 100 years of helping vulnerable children.
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The Fairer Fares Campaign group, which is fighting for lower fares and a better bus service in Leeds, is encouraging people in the city to "boycott a bus for charity".
See The Guardian for full story

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