We believe that all children deserve a good childhood. That’s why we campaign for the most vulnerable children and young people who face poverty and neglect, fighting injustice and protecting them from harm.
Remember what you were like when you were 16?
The Children’s Society campaigner helped us respond to a consultation by the Joint Committee on Human Rights on the Policing and Crime Bill
Families need breathing space from debt
For too many children living in families struggling with debt, a knock at the door can be terrifying.
Celebrating children’s rights at WHY? Festival 2016
Last week we celebrated children’s rights in style at Southbank Centre’s festival.
Debt and Mental Health in schools
School children are affected emotionally, and mentally by debt, a primary head teacher tells us.
Why we’re at WHY? festival
We’re taking part in WHY? What’s Happening for the Young at Southbank Centre in October. Come and see us there.
Family debt and children: popping the weasel
As a psychiatrist, I can’t help but be aware of the impact the current economic climate is having on our families and children – times are very tough for many people.
A new National Missing Persons Register
A new National Missing Persons Register is : a step closer towards a safer response for missing children
Our work on the frontline
We interviewed Karen, one of our practitioners working with young girls that go missing, to find out more about the issues that young people face and why she is proud to work with us
Young carers: you can make change happen
Former young carer Rebecca Coupland shares her experience of being part of influencing national legislation, and encourages others to get involved locally.
Shining a light on the realities of debt
Our guest blogger this week shares her troubling experience with debt and looks at how a breathing space could have alleviated the devastating impact it had on her life