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OutCry! comments on new statistics on number of children in detention

25 Nov 2010

There have been at least 85 children in immigration detention since the Government promised to end the practice in May 2010.

Channel 4 documentary on Monday to feature discussion about immigration detention of children

26 Nov 2010

On Monday 29th November 8pm, Channel Four are going to be showing a Dispatches documentary entitled 'The Kids Britain Doesn’t Want'.

SCARPA Squad wins People's Millions

29 Nov 2010

Thanks to the huge efforts from all our supporters we are delighted to announce that The Children’s Society SCARPA Project has won funding from the People’s Millions money to set up The SCARPA Squa

Dewsbury Minster hosts exhibition to raise money for The Children's Society

30 Nov 2010

Dewsbury Minster has selected The Children's Society as its chosen charity to receive money raised from an exhibition of nativity cribs.

Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive at The Children's Society responds to the UNICEF report 'The Children Left Behind'

3 Dec 2010

We are disappointed to see that the UK is ranked so low in respect of material inequality in child well-being [19 out of 24] in UNICEF's latest report card, sadly this comes as little surprise.

The Children's Society responds to the John Dunford Review

6 Dec 2010

Statement from Penny Nicholls, Director of Children and Young People on The Children's Society response to the John Dunford Review: 

The Children's Society comments on the Justice Green Paper

7 Dec 2010

Comment from Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive, The Children's Society, on the Youth Justice chapter within the Justice Green Paper:

The Children’s Society shop in St Albans gets an early Christmas present from PwC

9 Dec 2010

A local Children’s Society retail shop will be handed a large clothing donation from staff at the St Albans office of PwC next week (December 15).

Response from The Children’s Society to local authority budget cuts

14 Dec 2010

Response from The Children’s Society to local authority budget cuts announced yesterday (Monday, December 13), as part of the Localism Bill.

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