The world is full of children.
We’ve got about three million children in the world today.
What happens to them?
And where do they go?
As I understand it, the world is filled with parents who don’t want to see their children around.
We have to face the fact that there are some kids who are not allowed to go outside.
There are some places in the UK where they are allowed to do so but not all of them.
In some cases they’re being locked up.
What can we do about it?
One of the things we can do is provide children with an education and support them to become independent, as we did with the people we worked with in London in the 1970s.
That’s why we set up a centre for young people.
The other thing we can try and do is to ensure that young people who want to go out are able to do it.
That includes things like changing their social circle or learning to be independent, rather than living with their families.
The way we have to do that is through our own actions.
The Government’s Child Care Strategy says that young adults need to learn how to do the work of a parent, so we can start thinking about the whole process.
We can also start to take on the role of the parent.
We want to be a force for change and not just for the sake of children but for the wider society as well.