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Our Make Runaways Safe campaign website is live

The dynamic new Make Runaways Safe campaign website launched today.

The Children's Society comments on the riots and their underlying issues

Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive from The Children's Society, discusses the recent riots in England, and the need to address their causes.

Leading charities call for government action for disabled children

5 Aug 2011

The Children’s Society is aiming to get 100,000 people to call on the government to re-think its welfare reforms with regards to disabled children.

Big-hearted volunteer Rachel Owen wins Salford award

The Heart of Salford Volunteer Award 2011 was awarded to Rachel Owen for her work with The Children's Society’s Salford Children’s Rights project.

Sexual Health Project receives Department of Health Funding

The Children’s Society’s Sexual Health for Disabled Children project has been awarded funding from the Department of Health

Former James Bond stuntman to encourage people to leave a gift in their Will

Stuntman Rocky Taylor is raising awareness of the importance of leaving a legacy by attempting one of most dangerous stunts – live.

SCARPA - our featured programme

This month our Featured programme is SCARPA. We interviewed Richard Haigh, programme manager, to find out how they support young runaways.

The Children's Society introduces Point symbols

14 Jul 2011

To increase the usability and accessibility of our website we are introducing Point symbols.

Report: worrying new trends in increasing pre-teen and male runaways

11 Jul 2011

A new report reveals children as young as eight are running away from home or care.

The Big Feastival

29 Jun 2011

The Children's Society is going to be at The Big Feastival on Clapham Common this weekend (Friday 1 - Sunday 3 July)

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