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British people have a positive attitude to teenagers after all, despite the bad press young people often get, a new poll reveals.
The Children’s Society welcomes the report from Ofsted, which highlights the serious problems within the current youth justice system and as a result the damaging effects on children’s well-being a
The Children’s Society has launched “I want to be involved!”, a one-day training course for professionals who seek to involve disabled young people more actively in reviews and planning meetings.*
It is with deep regret that The Children's Society is announcing the closure of the Unity Project, Partington.
Do you know someone aged between 5 and 16 who has volunteered, raised money for a charity, done something to improve the local area or shown real kindness by caring for, or helping others?
Penny Nicholls, Director for Children and Young People at The Children's Society and Sarah Campbell, Research and Policy Manager for Bail for Immigration Detainees said: