Refugee Week: Protecting child refugees in the UK
Join us and thousands of people from all walks of life joining together to celebrate Refugee Week
Help make the Children and Social Work Bill work for children and young people
We can improve the bill, the biggest shake up of the care system in a generation.
Allestree Committee celebrates half a century of fundraising
At the end of Volunteers' Week we hear about a recent celebration for the Allestree Committee fundraising group who have been raising funds to support our work 50 years.
Video: Why I volunteer
Three different volunteers explain why they volunteer in one of our young peoples' services.
One small ‘thank you’ can make a world of difference
Dave Farris reflects on thankfulness, helping us to show appreciation for those who give of themselves in order that others might flourish.
Well-being, not 'well good'
Jim Davis, Good Childhood Adviser, shares his thoughts on how important relationships are to young people.
Our amazing volunteers
Volunteers' Week ends today - have a look back at ways we appreciate our volunteers' contributions, and share our new image
‘We cannot have an unequal school life for children just because they can’t afford to pay for the terribly overpriced uniform’
This blog was written as part of The Children's Commission on Poverty. The commission was led by sixteen children aged 10-19 to uncover the true cost of school life for those living in poverty, through young eyes.
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.
Stephen Twigg: 'Every child still matters'
Ruby Peacock reports on Stephen Twigg's speech at our seminar this week, where he addressed the importance of supporting young people and their families
EU Referendum: Brexit and young people
Now the EU referendum debate is over, we're taking stock as to what this might mean for children and young people. While there are immediate, profound changes unfolding before us, in reality, many implications for children won’t be known or play out for some time.