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Legislative Reports
Sep 27, 2010

This report provides an overview of the Office's work on behalf of the vulnerable children and youth of B.C. over the past year.

Statements
Sep 9, 2010

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day is an important part of the push to end this preventable disability. It is absolutely essential to increase awareness of FASD, of the danger of alcohol consumption during pregnancy, and of the need to support children with FASD.

In spite of society’s increasing knowledge about its effects, children continue to be born after being exposed to high amounts of alcohol while in the womb.

Monitoring Reports
Sep 9, 2010

This is the third report issued by the RCY looking at the responsiveness and effectiveness of services to B.C.'s children and youth with special needs. (Previous reports: Nov. 2008 and Feb. 2008). [link to report pages]The report provides an overview of key changes to the system since June 2008.

Monitoring Reports
Sep 9, 2010

This report reviews the Sexual Abuse Intervention Program, which provides a range of treatments and support services to children and youth who have been sexually abused, and to children under the age of 12 with sexual behaviour disorders.

Statements
Jul 20, 2010

The Representative for Children and Youth welcomes many of the changes reflected in the White Paper on Family Relations Act Reform released on July 19, 2010. Changes that support hearing the views of children and youth in decisions that will affect their lives and better protection for children who are victims of domestic violence are necessary to create a rigorous system in B.C.

Editorials and Submissions
Jun 16, 2010

A submission from the Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates to national leaders, titled Aboriginal Children – Canada Must do Better.

Monitoring Reports
Jun 15, 2010

Reports on an in-depth audit carried out by the Representative, examining B.C.'s Child in the Home of a Relative (CIHR) program.

Monitoring Reports
Jan 19, 2010

In this report, Representative Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond and Ombudsperson Kim Carter identify seven ways for the Ministry of Children and Family Development to make its complaint process more accessible and responsive to the vulnerable young people it serves.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPMjwXyhkUw

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