Find out more about child poverty [updated]
The government released its new child poverty strategy on Thursday – dig in to our related maps, calculator and more to examine poverty's severe effects
New powers help tackle child sexual exploitation
The sexual exploitation of children can happen anywhere, but often occurs in hotels – we welcome new powers to stop it
The government missed a chance to fight child poverty
If the government truly aims to end child poverty by 2020, it must introduce bold, meaningful policies - today's strategy announcement isn't a good sign
Timeline: How we worked together to see 166,000 young carers’ needs recognised
Have a look at how we were helped young carers in England get the support they need
Where it's map: Dynamic maps on our website and elsewhere
A quick look at how we've used online maps to highlight aspects of our work, last week's big map-related news, and what's coming up in March
Video: Young people invite you and David Cameron to find out more about poverty
Emma and Luke host the Poverty Commission News at Five, and invite you to get involved in their and fellow young people's work
Benefits Street and 10 facts about childhood poverty
Because this week's episode of the Channel 4 series focused on parents and families we decided to share some facts about children living in poverty
'There are some things parents should not be made to cut back on – like feeding their kids'
Tamzin, mother of two, writes of free school meals' importance and her shock to learn that all children in poverty don't receive them
Janine's story: We helped turn around a young runaway's life
'The Children’s Society has really helped me turn my life around,' Janine says.
267 years of Christingle
For our first Christingle service, held in December 1968 at Lincoln Cathedral, we expected 300 people but some 1500 attended the celebration.
Video: Speaking with disabled young people about sex and relationships
Our senior project worker talks about how we can make sex and relationships education more accessible to young people with learning disabilities