Latest Press Releases

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

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

'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.'

Children in care are missing out on key services to make them heard

12 Sep 2012

Stronger statutory guidance is needed to make sure that every child in the care system has access to vital independent advocacy

Universal credit to leave 100,000 poorest families in lurch over childcare

9 Sep 2012

One hundred thousand of the country’s poorest working families will be hit hardest when new childcare measures come into effect.

A year after the riots - Young voices speak out

Young people are still stigmatised as a result of the riots that struck towns and cities across England a year ago today, our Young Voices project reports.

Professionals in Greenwich meet, pledge support for runaways

In Greenwich we held a workshop to raise awareness of issues linked to children who run away from home and care

Statement in response to Louise Casey’s report on ‘troubled’ families

17 Jul 2012

'It is vital that we do not lay blame for this country's issues solely at the doors of parents'

New report reveals how Universal Credit changes will hit disabled hardest

11 Jul 2012

Tens of thousands of disabled adults and children will be much worse off as a result of welfare reform changes.

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