Who benefits? We all do
Millions of us have been supported by benefits – we need your help to change the debate7 Oct 2013
How to protect runaways? Listen to young people
Young people tell the government what is important to make runaways safe7 Oct 2013
Our blog has been nominated for 'Best Blog'!
Your reading, sharing and writing were very important in our blog being selected as a contender for 'Best Blog' in this year's Social Buzz Awards4 Oct 2013
What is our obligation to vulnerable children and families?
As Birmingham City Council investigates its obligations, our evidence and testimony illustrate the issue4 Oct 2013
A new example of the crisis the poorest children face
Today the Daily Mirror published a poll reporting the hunger teachers see every day1 Oct 2013
What rise in the national minimum wage?
The minimum wage isn't doing enough to lift children out of poverty - but if the rate rose it could help low-income working families in multiple ways30 Sep 2013
Humane levels of support for asylum-seeking families
In a recent case the German Constitutional Court ruled that the current benefits level paid to asylum seekers in Germany was insufficient.4 Sep 2012
The link between the Troubled Families Programme and missing children
This month the All Party Parliamentary group on young runaways held a meeting to explore how missing children can be better helped through the programme.18 Aug 2014
A hard day's work: When The Beatles met the children we helped
Remembering the day in 1964 when The Beatles lent us some star support26 Aug 2014
Advent: Looking at 'In the bleak midwinter'
Author Janet Morley writes of a classic poem that reveals winter in a way few paintings of its time do not23 Dec 2013
The Family Business - our consultation event at St George's House, Windsor Castle, 15 - 16 February
Jim Davis, our Good Childhood Adviser, introduces our Family Business Consultation Event, at St George's House, Windsor Castle.14 Feb 2011