The Build Back Childhood campaign harnesses the support of over 700 organisations, including BACD, demanding that the Chancellor makes a strategic investment in babies, children, young people and families at the autumn Spending Review.

It is the latest action in the high-profile Children at the Heart movement, coordinated by the National Children’s Bureau, calling for children to be remembered in spending plans.

We have created a ‘case for investment’ for how taxpayers' money could be allocated, informed by the views of children and young people themselves, and supported by a wide range of organisations including children’s charities, education unions, and community organisations.

Find out more and get involved:

  • Our 'case for investment' for the autumn Spending Review
  • What children and young people want as priorities for the public purse
  • Social media assets to use and adapt
British Academy of Childhood Disability is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1177868
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