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Response to the Education Committee’s report on reform in children’s social work.
Our Hidden exhibition raised awareness about young carers and hundreds of families enjoyed our fun zone at Family Sunday.
How our partnership with Henley Festival is helping to give young carers a brighter future.
Thank you for choosing to fundraise for The Children's Society, here you can order your fundraising materials to make your event a smashing success.
We support young carers, just like Linzi, to have a brighter future.
Boost for vulnerable young people in Greater Manchester thanks to local campaign by The Children's Society.
What is the Joint Committee on Human Rights and how we need your views to influence them?
The Young Carers Festival is a chance for young people to take a break from their caring responsibilities and have fun. This year Melissa tells us about the weekend.
From today local authorities will be able to transfer responsibility formally to other local authorities. We must make sure that these young people have access to the legal support they need.
A new report from the Birmingham Child Poverty Commission, chaired by The Children's Society's Chief Executive Matthew Reed, provides recommendations aimed at reducing child poverty in the city.