A year in review
Rupinder Parhar takes a look back at the key events from our refugee and migrant services in 2016
The plight of child refugees
Our Chief Executive, Matthew Reed, reflects on the refugee crisis and our responsibility, both as a charity and as individuals, to help those most vulnerable
Messages of solidarity for child refugees
We asked supporters to join thousands of our campaigners in supporting vulnerable child refugees. This is what they had to say
‘It is more blessed to give than to receive’
Giving shows that we are part of something bigger than ourselves
Solving poverty – it’s no easy task
Setting out a strategy for eradicating poverty in the UK.
The Chancellor’s first Autumn Statement should set a new direction
Laying out a new direction for the economy is going to be extremely tough for the Chancellor. In turbulent times we urge the Chancellor to focus on the lives of our poorest children and young people and do everything he can to help them thrive.
A better future
With the mass demolition of the Calais ‘jungle’ refugee camp, we seek a better future for all those affected
Our position on the power to test different ways of working
This week MPs are debating new powers which will allow local authorities to test new ways of working through exemptions from children’s social care legislation
Opportunity for energy companies to show some warmth
As temperatures drop, high costs of gas and electricity can see low income families living behind cold doors
The well-being benefits of exercise
According to mainstream media today is the most depressing day of the year. But if you’re taking part in one of our fundraising challenges this might not be the case.