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Statement from The Children's Society on the Budget

Children, particularly those living in poorer homes, have not been immune from the effects of the nation's financial difficulties, says Bob Reitemeier.

Our response to the EU directive on human trafficking

23 Mar 2011

Read our response to the government's announcement that it will opt in the EU directive on human trafficking.

New findings show cuts directly impacting on children’s well-being

17 Mar 2011

The Children's Society warns that the current economic situation impacting negatively on children’s well-being.

Concern at the proposal to remove the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance

Chief Executive, Bob Reitemeier, has expressed grave concern at the proposal to remove the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance

Deputy Lord Mayor of Coventry opens refugees’ children’s project

The Children's Society’s new project, Strong Voices, Strong Lives, helping unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Birmingham and Coventry, has officially launched.

The Children’s Society in Warrington is outstanding says OFSTED

The Children’s Society in Warrington has been judged as ‘outstanding’ in all areas after an unannounced OFSTED inspection.

Top marks for children's centre

Ryde Children’s Centre in Isle of Wight has been given the best mark possible by Ofsted following a recent inspection.

Our destitution project

In April last year we sent you an emergency appeal about our project based in Birmingham which supports hundreds of destitute families with young children who are facing hunger and extreme poverty.

Help for those leaving care

How you are helping young people facing life on the streets

Thanks to your generous donations we have been able to help some of the most vulnerable children in England today.

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