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11 March 2013
Writing in the Western Mail, Gwenda Thomas says we must be certain we are doing all we can to make advocacy services in Wales as accessible and effective as possible.
03 December 2012
Gwenda Thomas, Deputy Minister for Children, tells the Western Mail that the biggest impact on poverty can be made by providing support for children and their families in the early years.
07 May 2012
Over 90 years ago a woman called Eglantyne Jebb, founder of Save the Children, championed what was then a revolutionary idea: a convention for children's rights
14 November 2011
The Deputy Minister for Children Gwenda Thomas looks forward to Universal Children’s Rights Day
09 August 2010
Supporting our children and young people to fulfil their potential and be aware of their rights is something that we’ve taken to a new level here in Wales.
26 May 2010
Meic is short for ‘Meicroffon’, microphone in Welsh. A microphone amplifies your voice, makes it loud so that everybody can hear what you have to say.
01 May 2010
I remain convinced that tackling child poverty is one of the biggest challenges facing the Assembly Government
18 March 2010
Child poverty is one of, if not the biggest challenge, facing the Welsh Assembly Government over the next few years.
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