Authors

A wide range of people within and outside of our organisation have written for our blog. To learn more about an author and all of the posts they have written, click the writer’s name.

By using the drop-down box you can order this list by the author’s first name or sort it by the authors who have written the most.

Ellen Broome
(3)
Policy team
Ellen managed our policy and public affairs team and was our spokesperson for all policy issues. She left the organisation in late 2013.
Ruby Peacock
(3)
Policy team
Ruby worked across all policy, public affairs and parliamentary work including briefing for ministers, MPs and peers, and organising our events.
Lynne Wooley
(3)
Policy team
Lynne supported us across all areas of our work. She was on a three-month placement in late 2012 in the policy and public affairs team.
(3)
Programme staff
Katie is part of our Disability Advocacy Programme, which works with local authorities in the London area to support disabled children and young people who have complex communication needs and impairments.
Aaron Thomas Rowles
(3)
Guest bloggers
Aaron is a former member of our young trustees board.
The Right Revd Paul Butler
(3)
Guest bloggers
Advocate for Children amongst Bishops. Chair of Safeguarding for C of E. President of Scripture Union. Writer. Speaker. Regular visitor to Burundi & Rwanda. Married. Dad to 4 adult children. Longing for good childhoods across the world.
Monica Foss
(3)
Monica was an intern in the regional fundraising team. As a strategic-communication student at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, she was in England through the CAPA International Education Scheme.
Gavin Thomson
(3)
Campaigns team
Gavin supports our campaigns such as Make Runaways Safe and Fair and Square to make lasting change for children.
Debbie Hill
(3)
Responsible and accountable for all volunteering, Debbie provides inspiration, leadership and strategic direction regarding volunteering across our organisation
Janet Morley
(3)
Guest bloggers
Janet is a freelance writer and workshop leader who has worked for both Christian Aid and the Methodist Church. She is author of several books of prayers and liturgies (including All Desires Known and Bread of Tomorrow), and poetry anthologies with commentaries offered as a resource for the spiritual journey (including The Heart's Time: A poem a day for Lent and Easter, and Haphazard by Starlight: A poem a day from Advent to Epiphany). She has four grandchildren.