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The Queen rides in her royal carriage to last year's state opening
What are the issues to look out for in the last Queen’s speech before the 7 May 2015 general election?
29 May 2014
The Debt Trap family
Our new campaign, The Debt Trap, is about revealing the harm of debt on children and families – what is the scale of the problem we’re addressing?
28 May 2014
young girl who has run away
Today is International Missing Children's Day. What do we need to do to protect the young people who run away?
25 May 2014
young boy sitting against a wall
As the government closes its consultation on child poverty strategy, we shared our evidence calling for measures to help struggling families
22 May 2014
Matthew Reed, our chief executive, signs
We signed a pledge supporting children’s communication – you can, too
19 May 2014
Our fundraisers and children with painted faces
Ryan from North Somerset explains how solid planning and a face-painting friend helped make his fundraising DO a success
16 May 2014
The manager of our archives presents a handful of heartwarming Christmas images
25 December 2012
Old image of Father Christmas and the words 'The Children's Society'
The manager of our archives presents a handful of heartwarming Christmas images, drawn from the pages of magazines we shared with supporters
16 December 2012
young girl looking through school gates
Every year, 100,000 children run away from home or care, and 200,000 miss a month of schooling. These shocking figures are related, our new report finds.
07 December 2012
Downing Street sign
How will changes announced during the autumn statement affect struggling families' benefits? Find out - use our calculator.
06 December 2012
Migrant & Refugee Woman of the Year Awards logo
Each year hundreds of unaccompanied young women escape persecution at home to seek protection in the UK - nominate a refugee woman you admire
03 December 2012
four lighted candles that are part of an Advent wreath
Advent readings invite us to look backwards and forwards in many ways, Paula Gooder writes.
03 December 2012