Latest Press Releases

Half a million disabled people could lose out under Universal Credit

16 Oct 2012

Disabled people and their families will be worse off under Universal Credit if current plans go ahead, a new report finds

Exhibition features new migrant, Roma children's view of Olympic legacy

10 Oct 2012

Children in Newham are displaying 20 pinhole-camera photographs and an animated film to show what sport means to them

Concerning the chancellor's comments on cuts to welfare

8 Oct 2012

The government needs to be honest with the public about what a further drastic cut in welfare payments will mean for families

Use unwanted currency to help child poverty

2 Oct 2012

The Children’s Society has today (3 October 2012) launched a new partnership with Travelex Foreign Currency Services

Concerning the review of young people's sexual abuse in Rochdale

27 Sep 2012

'There must be a sea change in attitudes to young people in certain sections of the police and social services.'

Safeguarding in Kent

27 Sep 2012

In association with Kent Safeguarding Children Board we will co-host a multi-agency, one-day workshop.

Capital funding for early education

25 Sep 2012

Responding to the Deputy PM, Nick Clegg’s announcement of £100m capital funding for early education

Children seeking safety in UK face damaging culture of doubt

20 Sep 2012

Young people seeking safety in the UK on their own are subjected to a culture of suspicion that leaves them frightened and confused, our new report reveals.

Comment on Ofsted report into pupil premium and free school meals

20 Sep 2012

Free school meals 'provide children with a healthy and nutritional meal' and numerous other events, our Director of Advocacy and Communications said.

Regarding the parliamentary inquiry into unaccompanied young migrants

13 Sep 2012

'It is vital that all children and young people who are in the UK on their own are given the support and protection they need.'

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