Children’s experiences of their local area are vital to their well-being
Our latest Good Childhood report has found that how children see their local area is clearly linked to their well-being.
Our latest Good Childhood Report reveals rise in girls’ unhappiness
It is absolutely vital to listen to what children have to say about their lives.
We never say ‘not now’ to children and young people
Our head of community participation, Jim, explains how a rediscovered children’s storybook got him thinking about our ground-breaking work on children’s well-being and mental health.
Solidarity with Refugees: These children need our help
Rosalind Ereira, founder of the Solidarity with Refugees march, tells us why charities like The Children’s Society taking part in the march is so important.
'How well do we support boys and young men who are victims of trafficking?'
Phil Brewer, who leads the Metropolitan Police's Trafficking & Kidnap Unit, shared his thoughts on our Boys Don't Cry report, which addresses that boys and young men are being trafficked into the UK and experience sexual exploitation.
Seriously Awkward school holidays
Karen, a Project Worker at our SCARPA project in Newcastle, knows that without the structure of school, summer holidays can be a more dangerous time for vulnerable young people.
Seriously Awkward success!
After one year, lots of work and the help of 20,000 campaigners, we’ve achieved change
Students speak to Alan Milburn about ending child poverty
Young people from our Genesis project in Greenwich write about meeting and interviewing independent reviewer Alan Milburn.
Eve's story: Spiraling debt
A council tax debt led to Eve’s children going hungry and eventually losing their home.
We need to overcome information-sharing barriers
The Earl of Listowel endorses the key findings of our new report, calls on the government to clarify data-sharing requirements to help young families
5 ways to fundraise for Tough n Buff
Find out how to get the most of your fitness challenge by raising vital funds for vulnerable children