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Response to Public Accounts Committee report on Universal Credit

Universal Credit must be tested on children and families before it's rolled out nationally.

Response: Asylum system needs key shift to protect children fleeing danger

Asylum system needs a fundamental shift if children fleeing danger are to be protected

Commission reveals huge number of poor children live in cold, damp homes

Children join forces in first-ever Children's Commission on Poverty to examine the realities of child poverty in the UK

Our response to harsher penalties for trafficking

We have welcomed the government's announcement on harsh penalties for traffickers

The Children's Society's response to the Child Poverty and Social Mobility Commission’s report

'Much more needs to be done to help hard working families who are struggling on low incomes'

New guidance on prosecuting abuse welcomed

New guidance on prosecuting child sexual abuse will help keep children safe

The Children’s Society invests in volunteers and puts them top of its agenda

15 Oct 2013

The Children's Society has achieved the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard

The Children's Society and ECPAT launch London-based project to support young males who are victims of human trafficking

14 Oct 2013

The Children's Society has partnered with ECPAT UK to deliver a project based in London to support boys and young men who are victims of human trafficking

Children’s Society responds to anti-social behaviour bill concerns

We have responded to concerns raised by the Joint Committee on Human Rights

Our response to the immigration bill

We have responded to the government's publication of the immigration bill

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