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Earlier this year, Elizabeth and her colleague shared plans to skydive 15,000 feet, all to raise money for our work. Now she shares her amazing experience.
The biggest weapon against child sexual exploitation that we have is prevention. All young people must be equipped with the knowledge to recognise when they are being exploited and abused.
Families struggle with costs of sending their child to school with an average spend of £800 per family each year.
For your next birthday or anniversary, why not ask for life-changing gifts instead of presents?
Reverse the Government’s attempt to abolish funding for local welfare assistance schemes.
Our new single equality scheme sets out our commitment to diversity and inclusion, and will ensure we can effectively deliver tailored services to the disadvantaged children who need them.
What makes a great summer? My answer to this is quite simple: doing things that help others. That is exactly what I was up to for my 2014 summer break.
We respond to the force's decision to investigate claims it let down young people at risk of child sexual exploitation in Sheffield.
The inquiry into child sexual exploitation must get to the bottom of why historic allegations were not investigated further, including why dismissive attitudes towards children's allegations were allowed to persist.
Our combination of survey, follow-up and feedback gathers local data, and gives children a voice in obtaining a better understanding of their lives.