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consultation: commercialisation and children April 7, 2008

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Today, the UK’s Department for Children, Schools and Families announced a study of the impact of the commercial world on children’s wellbeing. There are three versions of the consultation exercise for this study: one for children and younhg people; one for parents and one for interested parties (who are Academics, industry, NGOs and other stakeholders). The descriptions of the consultation vary a little in the different versions (although none is very detailed), and the young person’s online response form asks whether the respondent is over or under 19. It’s not clear from the DfES website what steps are being taken to publicise the consultation, and to reach the different target groups – listing 3 separate versions of the consultation on the consultations section of the website on its own isn’t probably very effective.

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