Children & Young People Now

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Children & Young People Now
Children and Young People Now magazine logo.png
Editor Ravi Chandiramani
Frequency Fortnightly
Circulation 18,000[1]
First issue September 2007
Company MA Business & Leisure
Country United Kingdom
Based in London
Language English
ISSN 1755-8093

Children & Young People Now is a biweekly magazine covering issues relating to children and young people in the United Kingdom.

Children & Young People Now is the result of the merging of Children Now, produced in association with the National Children's Bureau, and sister magazine Young People Now, the magazine of the National Youth Agency.

Regular topics include school education, school meals, child protection, cruelty, youth crime, play, and politics relating to children and young people. It regularly features interviews with key people in the children's sector and with politicians.

The current editor of Children & Young People Now is Ravi Chandiramani.

The magazine and associated websites were acquired in October 2011 by A&D Media, now MA Business & Leisure, part of the Mark Allen Group of companies. It is published every other Tuesday.


  1. ^ Children & Young People Now: About Us Archived October 25, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.

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