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boy leaning against a fence
As the house of commons debates benefits, key changes would ensure that children are spared big losses
12 February 2013
Policy team
woman standing and speaking at the front of a meeting room
Our project in Lancashire recently hosted an event focusing on the under-addressed problem of sexually exploited boys and young men
08 February 2013
Policy team
young man in a hooded sweatshirt
For months, Ilona heard startling stories of families seeking safety in the UK. Find out how you can help these families.
05 February 2013
Policy team
young boy sitting against a wall
Our programme worker shares his experiences working with families in Leeds in the asylum system.
30 January 2013
Programme staff
Two boys talking
While elements of a new bill would improve how we tackle anti-social behaviour by children, it fails to propose measures to address the behaviour's root causes
28 January 2013
Policy team
boy leaning against a fence
As welfare and benefit reforms dominate the political battleground it is vital that the children who are affected are remembered.
21 January 2013
Leadership team
Palace of Westminster
As parliament debates a 1% annual cap on benefit and tax credit increases, you can calculate how the change could affect family finances
21 January 2013
Policy team
an adult woman listening to a young woman
Our new tools allow you to estimate the budget needed to provide advocacy - a valuable service - to young people in care.
18 January 2013
Policy team
young girl clutching her knees
As MPs debate government plans to cap benefit increases below the cost of living, their actions could affect some 11.5m children
08 January 2013
Policy team
child seated in wheelchair
As a result of the planned changes, 'we are about to become more isolated, our quality of life and that of our children further impaired', Jacqueline writes
29 December 2012
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