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
Walking from France and running in Berlin
This week marks the 20th anniversary of Le Walk, an event that raised £2m and was the first time since the ice age that humans walked from France to England
Introducing Ruth Wanjiku, Policy and Parliamentary Volunteer
We're fortunate to have great volunteers such as Ruth, who explains her role here and with the Refugee Children's Consortium
Perfect recipes for an Easter Bake and Brew
With Easter just around the corner, The Children Society's resident baker Owain shares some of his recipes and tips for a perfect Bake and Brew.
'I’ve always been a keen baker, especially when I’ve got some free time on the weekends. To celebrate the run up to Easter I made Simnel cakes as well as chocolate Easter nests. Many hands make light work, so I got my nephew involved in the baking to celebrate this special and reflective time of year.
'I struggle to keep on top of everything, especially my homework'
In advance of tomorrow's census data on young carers, Joanne shares her experience of caring for her brother
'Making sure every child in poverty gets a free school meal is the right thing to do'
Kym Lomas shares her experience of struggling to raise her children and what free school meals can mean to a family
If you influence children's lives, you can promote well-being
Our Economic Adviser describes how well-being can be boosted by MPs, teachers, health workers, counsellors and anyone who influences young people's lives.