Our local well-being consultations
An introduction to how we conduct our local well-being consultations
Helping parents of teenagers
Lisa Scivetti tells us why helping the whole family is so important
More help should be available for parents
National policy and local service provision must address the needs of families with teenagers.
A lack of attention
Our new research project opens up the issues around a neglected subject – adolescent neglect.
Superstar Jessie J backs call for more mental health support in schools
Jessie J is best known for her own music and work on BBC’s The Voice. Here, she responds to our Good Childhood Report and joins our call to make mental health support available to young people at all schools.
The links between well-being and mental health
Following the publication of this year's Good Childhood Report, here we look further at the links between well-being and mental health for young people.
Introduction of '2 child limit' risks cutting support for 3 million children
Today the Government is introducing a new policy limiting Child Tax Credit and Universal Credit, depending on the number of children in the family. We estimate this will affect 3 million children, putting them at risk of illness, poor school results and mental health problems.
Brexit – We must talk about children
As Article 50 is triggered, the government must pay attention to children and young people
Arif's story, a child refugee
Arif came to the UK when he was 13 after his father was attacked for his political beliefs. With support from his project worker Arif is now settled in the UK and looking for jobs. This is his story.
Why I work in the Policy team
With a new Policy Officer position now vacant, David Ayre looks at why you should work with us
Sex education in a digital world
A new bill is being debated in Parliament that with help protect children from the early exposure to online sexualised materials.
Seriously Awkward: Katie's Story
The most vulnerable 16 and 17 year olds are falling through the cracks between childhood and adulthood, simply because of their age. Our Seriously Awkward campaign aims to change that.
Join us in calling on the Government to change the law to protect 16 and 17 year olds from abuse, harm and neglect.