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Roma photo exhibition in Sheffield challenges perceptions

The Embrace project, a Children’s Society programme in South Yorkshire, is hosting a photographic exhibition of the lives of young Roma women.

Bob Reitemeier's response to the government's reform of legal aid

'There is a danger with these reforms that access to justice for children and young people will be seriously undermined.'

Parents of disabled children could lose £1,400 in welfare shakeup

20 Jun 2011

Parents of disabled children could lose £1,400 in welfare shakeup
Controversial reforms will also cut benefit for 450,000 disabled tenants in social housing

The Children’s Society’s getting ready for Refugee Week

The Children’s Society is this year stepping up our involvement with Refugee Week, which takes place from 20-26 June.

Local children's champion honoured by the Queen

Pauline Geraghty, who helps runaway children in Lancashire with The Children's Society, was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

Intergenerational roast dinner gets everyone talking

A group of young and older people, as part of the Intergenerational Community Cohesion Project, recently organised a roast dinner in Greenwich.

Parliamentary news

10 Jun 2011

The latest Parliamentary news from our Policy Team.

The Children's Society gains international accolade

6 Jun 2011

The Children's Society’s Archive has been added to the UNESCO UK Memory of the World Register.

Statement about commercialisation of childhood review

6 Jun 2011

Statement by The Children’s Society about the Reg Bailey review into commercialisation of childhood.

Volunteers' Week

3 Jun 2011

Volunteers’ Week is an annual event which celebrates the fantastic contribution that millions of volunteers make across the UK.

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