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CARE CEO: Influx of Gambling Ads are Putting Young People at Risk of Addiction

22nd Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach, CARE CEO told Premier Radio that advertisements have normalised gambling for young children which can having damaging effects.

Use your influence with the PM to reform gambling across the UK, CARE urges DUP

11th Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

Now that the DUP play a significant role in ensuring the Conservative Government remain in power they must hold Theresa May and the Conservative Party to account over their commitment to create a fairer society.

DUP Under Pressure to Stop Alleged Government Plans to Scrap Gambling Review

7th Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

Northern Ireland has the highest rate of problem gamblers in the UK: Tax revenue must not dictate long overdue action needed to regulate ‘crack cocaine of gambling’

Hammond Must Not Jeopardise Chance of Finally Reducing Stake on Harmful FOBTs

7th Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

Tax revenue must not dictate long overdue action needed to regulate ‘crack cocaine of gambling’

Nola Leach: Do our current laws on abortion save lives?

2nd Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

Today, the news broke in Northern Ireland that the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has formally acknowledged that it was reasonable for the claim to be made that at least 100,000 people are alive in Northern Ireland today because the province d

ASA Ruling Sends Sobering Message to Great Britain on Eve of Fiftieth Anniversary of the Abortion Act, says CARE

2nd Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

Advertising watchdog back 100,000 people alive in Northern Ireland because of province’s abortion laws CARE calls for Abortion Law Rethink in Great Britain

Age-Verification Tool Will Help to Protect Children Online

1st Aug 2017
Rachael Adams

CARE's Senior Policy Officer, Chris Buttenshaw speaks to TWR's Eddie Bridle about how the digital age is affecting children and why putting explicit and graphic content behind an age-verification tool will help protect children online.

UN Anti Trafficking Day: Let this be a call to action to protect and assist people still trapped in modern slavery

28th Jul 2017
Rachael Adams

Let's Resolve to use the McColl Bill to deliver proper support for the Victims of Trafficking 30th July marks the UN World Day against Trafficking in Persons.

Dr Gordon Macdonald: Legislate to beat the human traffickers

27th Jul 2017
Rachael Adams

Human trafficking is an abhorrent crime; it involves stripping away the human rights, dignity and freedom of a person and subjugates them to complete control by a person or gang.

Government Moves Closer to Enforcing Pornography Age Checks

21st Jul 2017
Rachael Adams

In Spring next year part of the Digital Economy Act will be coming into force, requiring extreme pornography to put behind robust age-verification checks. CARE CEO Nola Leach speaks out about how this will help protect children online:

Labelling Non-Violent views as ‘Extreme’ won’t help us tackle Terrorism

18th Jul 2017
Rachael Adams

New polling shows that half of the public (54%) think that using the word ‘extreme’ is not a helpful description when discussing political and social opinions.

9 out of 10 ordinary Christians feel marginalised - CARE CEO speaks out on new survey

17th Jul 2017
Rachael Adams

Nola Leach, CARE's CEO speaks out on Premier Christian Communication's recent survey that revealed that 9 out of 10 ordinary Christians feel marginalised. 

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