Will young people be remembered in the Queen’s Speech?
The Queen’s Speech is the Government’s chance to set out how they will help vulnerable children over the next five years
Why International Missing Children's Day matters
Today is International Missing Children’s Day. We’ve looked at what will happen to the 350 children who are likely to go missing today.
Packed with care: Our partnership with Davpack
Through our partnership, Davpack is raising funds and reaching out to thousands of people about the invaluable work we do.
Walking out of darkness - ending stigma around mental health
Lesley, an advocate for children in Cheshire, is 'walking out of darkness' to raise awareness of mental health issues on young people.
VE Day: Protecting children during World War Two
In commemoration of 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe, our archives team looks at our 127 war nurseries, which protected 6,788 children during the war
The morning after the (election) night before
When the next Government comes to power, we will continue campaigning to protect young people at risk of abuse or neglect, and to end child poverty and social inequality.
New research shows link between current economy and children's well-being
Elaine Hindal, Director of our Campaign for Childhood, explains why she's worried about the decline in the well-being of our poorest children.
Securing therapeutic support for victims of sexual abuse
The damaging consequences of child sexual abuse is becoming increasingly apparent, affecting children’s mental health and placing them at greater risk of going missing, misusing substances or offending.
Try our dynamic Good Childhood Report 2013
Our new report into children's well-being reveals that teenagers are having a hard time, and the recent 15-year rise in well-being has stalled
12,000 16- and 17-year-olds have no place to call home
Our new report exposes how local councils are failing 16- and 17-year-olds, leaving them at risk of serious harm, and that 10,000 teenagers at risk of homelessness are failed every year
'It is incredibly upsetting when children in your class complain that they are hungry'
While remaining anonymous, a teacher at a London school writes of the hunger that many students must deal with at school.