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Hidden Harm report three years on: realities, challenges and opportunities

This report, in keeping with the original Hidden Harm report, focuses on the lives and experience of a large, diverse and vulnerable group of…

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Hidden Harm Three Years On: Realities, Challenges and Opportunities

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This report, in keeping with the original Hidden Harm report, focuses on the lives and experience of a large, diverse and vulnerable group of children. One of the recommendations of the original report was “that the voices of children should be heard and listened to” (Recommendation 6). Accordingly, this report includes children’s own words throughout, drawn from projects set up and research carried out since the original report, in order to provide a reminder of their lives, experiences and resilience.

Published 9 February 2007