Jill Kirby

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Full name: Jill Kirby

Area of interest: Family and Welfare issues

Journals/Organisation: Unaffiliated

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Other roles/Main role: "Jill Kirby chairs the Family Policy Group at the Centre for Policy Studies where she writes on family and welfare issues. Her most recent CPS report, The Nationalisation of Childhood, argues that the Government’s agenda for children is creating a direct relationship between children and the state, undermining the responsibility of families" (from Guardian profiles - comment is free)

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Video: Frequently contributes to BBC current affairs programmes such as Today and Woman’s Hour

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Books: Broken Hearts – Family decline and the consequences for society (2002), Choosing to be Different (2003) and The Price of Parenthood (2005)

Latest work: The Nationalisation of Childhood

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