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Government’s cut to vital tax credits will only affect working families and will hit millions of children.
Young trustees help us put children’s and young people’s voices at the centre of our work
When a young person has a learning disability they can be particularly difficult to protect
Our Unprotected, Overprotected joint report reveals that significant numbers of children with learning disabilities are not being adequately protected from sexual exploitation.
Accessible and relevant sex and relationship education needs to be made available to children and young people with learning disabilities to help protect them from abuse.
Next week Florence + The Machine embark on their long awaited tour of the UK, and are kindly donating £1 or €1 from every ticket sold to us and other worthy charities
The Prime Minister's decision to bring more children and families fleeing Syria to the UK over the next five years is welcome — but long overdue.
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Matthew Reed, Chief Executive of The Children’s Society's responds to the UK Government’s decision to welcome more Syrian refugees