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Bourne Abbey Church

Location

Church Walk
PE10 9UQ
United Kingdom
52° 45' 58.446" N, 0° 22' 33.366" W
Location
Church Walk
PE10 9UQ
United Kingdom
52° 45' 58.446" N, 0° 22' 33.366" W

John Harrison C of E Primary School

Location

North street
Barrow upon Humber
DN19 7AP
United Kingdom
53° 40' 46.164" N, 0° 22' 43.9068" W
Location
North street
Barrow upon Humber
DN19 7AP
United Kingdom
53° 40' 46.164" N, 0° 22' 43.9068" W

'How well do we support boys and young men who are victims of trafficking?'

Phil Brewer, who leads the Metropolitan Police's Trafficking & Kidnap Unit, shared his thoughts on our Boys Don't Cry report, which addresses that boys and young men are being trafficked into the UK and experience sexual exploitation.

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United States
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Seriously Awkward school holidays

Karen, a Project Worker at our SCARPA project in Newcastle, knows that without the structure of school, summer holidays can be a more dangerous time for vulnerable young people.

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United States
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Friendship for All

Access our resources and guidance for professionals delivering foster care and short breaks services to increase friendship in the lives of children.

Thousands of young people turn to The Children’s Society for help

Over 18,000 young people turned to The Children’s Society for help over the past year, according to the charity’s latest report on the impact on its work.

The Children’s Society’s impact report — The Difference We Made —  shows that the charity’s services across the country worked directly with 18,193 young people during 2015/2016, while its campaigning work has contributed to over 5.6 million positive changes to children’s lives — a 311% increase on the previous year.

Plea to PM from children's charities: 'It's critical that children do not suffer'

The Children's Society, NSPCC, Action for Children and Barnardo's call for children to be placed 'front and centre' of new government's agenda.

Jenny's story, dealing with substance misuse

Jenny was physically and emotionally abused by her step mum for over five years. As she grew older she turned to alcohol and drugs to calm her down. Juliet, one of our counsellors helped her deal with her emotions and past trauma.

Join us at the Refugees Welcome Here March

On 17 September, we'll be part of the march to show young refugees and migrants we're on their side