Four out of five adults believe that children do not have good role models in their lives nowadays, according to a survey released today by The Children’s Society’s National Mentoring Initiative.
The Children's Society has today launched ‘Making it Happen’, a new project funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).
A group of 5 young refugees and asylum-seekers aged 16-20 from Birmingham have written and recorded a song which they hope will spread a message of peace, love, friendship and togetherness to other
The Children's Society's Media Team has been chosen as Communications Team of the Year in the Third Sector Excellence Awards 2009.
Young refugees living in Newcastle have organised a fashion show and presentation to mark the handover of the Kumasi project from Save the Children to The Children's Society.
89% of Britain’s fathers believe it's important for parents to read bedtime stories with their children regularly, according to our new survey.
Medical experts demand review of the policy of detaining children in immigration removal centres, citing evidence that detention harms children’s well-being
A magical childhood scene has been created in London to highlight the importance of parents, especially fathers, reading to their children.
Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive of The Children's Society, comments on the appointment of Maggie Atkinson to the role of children's commissioner, and the decision by the Select Committee for Childr
Children and young people trafficked into the UK, or exploited after their arrival, are struggling to get help from authorities responsible for their welfare, according to new research from The Chi