A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Sarah Louise Teather (born 1 June 1974) is a British Liberal Democrat politician, and a former Member of Parliament and Minister. She founded the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Guantanamo Bay. and was Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees. [1]
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Roles

Frequently met organisations

March 2011

Met with Halton Autistic Family Support Group to discuss concerns of HAFSG. [2]

Met with National Childminding Association to discuss the role of registered childminders. [2]

Met with Adam's Very Clever to discuss diet and its effect on health and wellbeing. [2]

Met with Alliance for Inclusive Education to discuss their views on educating disabled children in mainstream settings. [2]

Met with Mothers' Union to discuss review of commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. [2]

Met with Save the Children for introductory meeting. [2]

Met with Women's Resource Centre and Single Parent Action Network to discuss child poverty. [2]

Met with Council for Disabled Children to discuss Green Paper on SEN. [2]

Met with London Early Years Foundation to discuss Sure Start reform. [2]

February 2011

Met with Thomas Coram Centre National College to discuss Early Years: Workforce Strategy. [2]

Met with Early Years Co-production Steering Group, 4Children, and University of East London (UEL) School of Education to discuss As part of the work of the Steering Group, to discuss early education and the childcare market. [2]

Met with Sir Roger Singleton to discuss physical punishment. [2]

Met with 4Children to discuss the early years: quality improvement strategy. [2]

Met with Child Poverty Consultation Roundtable, Barnardos, Family Action, Child Poverty Action Group, Gingerbread, Save the Children, Family and Parenting Institute, Oxfam, and 4 Children to discuss a range of views on child poverty as part of the strategy consultation process. [2]

January 2011

Met with Association of Educational Psychologists for introductory meeting. [2]

Met with Family Rights Group, Young Minds, Advisory Centre for Education, Children's Legal Centre, Contact A Family, Parentline Plus, and Gingerbread to discuss future funding for the charities delivering the helplines. [2]

Met with Family and Parenting Institute to discuss the implications of ending the Parenting Fund. [2]

Met with Henry Spink Foundation to discuss the portability of children's social care packages. [2]

December 2010

Met with National Association of Head Teachers for general catch-up. [3]

Met with Whizz Kidz to discuss the work of Whizz Kidz. [3]

Met with Busy Bees to discuss Early Years issues. [3]

Met with Church of England to discuss child poverty. [3]

November 2010

Met with Open EyE: Early Years Education Campaign Steering Group to discuss Early Years Foundation Stage Review. [3]

Met with Independent Schools Council to discuss Early Years Foundation Stage Review. [3]

Met with National Association for Special Educational Needs to discuss Special Education Needs and Disability. [3]

Met with British Retail Consortium and Mothers' Union to discuss engagement with opinion formers and regulators. [3]

Met with Success for Kids to discuss opportunities for funding. [3]

Met with Citizens UK and Reference Group on Ensured Returns to discuss child immigration detention. [3]

October 2010

Met with Centre for Social Justice to discuss the work of CSJ. [3]

Met with Joint Epilepsy Council to discuss the performance of children with epilepsy at school . [3]

Met with Communication Trust, ACE Centre North, Afasic, British Stammering Association, and Whitehouse Consultancy to discuss improving speech and language services through the Special Education Needs Green Paper. [3]

Met with Family Commission, 4 Children, and Young Foundation to discuss Family Commission's report findings. [3]

September 2010

Met with Young Women's Christian Association for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Ekaya Housing Association for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Torbay for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Partnership Board for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Hackney Teenage Pregnancy for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Brook for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Family Planning Association for general catch-up. [4]

Met with Ofcom to discuss commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. [4]

Met with Advertising Standards Authority to discuss commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. [4]

Met with Girlguiding UK to discuss commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. [4]

Met with Mumsnet to discuss commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. [4]

Met with Family and Parenting Institute to discuss commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. [4]

Met with Amaze Parents Group to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

Met with Family Voice Parents Group to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

Met with Calderdale Parent and Carers Council to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

Met with Cornwall Parents Forum to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

Met with National Network of Parent Carer Forums to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

Met with KIDS to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

Met with Council for Disabled Children to discuss Government proposals for planned SEN and Disability Green Paper. [4]

June 2010

Met with Children, Young People and Families Inter-Agency Group for introductory meeting. [5]

Met with Relate for introductory meeting. [5]

Met with The Centre for Excellence and Outcomes in Children and Young People's Services for introductory meeting. [5]

Met with The Children's Society for introductory meeting. [5]

Met with National Children's Bureau for introductory meeting. [5]