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Why I volunteered for The Children’s Society
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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
'I'm glad I'm able to use my time and skills to help a great cause'
Christina, our new digital volunteer, explains why she's helping us reach more people through digital.
'A brilliant opportunity' for young carers to meet the Children's Commissioner
Have a look at Melissa's blog about being part of a group of young carers who met yesterday with the Children's Commissioner, Maggie Atkinson
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 Awards
Mapping the projected rise in vulnerable families and children
We break down the data contained in our recent joint report with NSPCC and Action for Children, identifying where vulnerability is projected to rise by 2015.
We can end problem debt
New research reveals shocking findings about childhood debt – find out more and help spread the word
Landmark judgment could end poverty for refugee children
Asylum-seeking families in the UK are forced to live in poverty, but a recent ruling is a chance to help
The state of support for families seeking protection in the UK
Around 20,000 people, including unaccompanied children, seek asylum in the UK. The level of support they receive is being discussed in parliament
'The community pulls together to raise money for The Children’s Society'
As Ailsa and Sarah take the reins from our longstanding representatives, Ailsa explains how their community gets involved