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Responding to Peter Wanless’s report on child abuse, we say no stone should ever be left unturned when it comes to investigating allegations, whether in the past or the present.
Even after the FCA's new price cap comes into force, low-income families still face paying back as much as double what they originally borrowed.
Alice, our volunteer intern, introduces herself and a wave of fellow interns who are making big contributions to our organisation.
More than £170m of funding for emergency grants and essential support to help families in a crisis is under threat from Government cuts.
The independent inquiry into child abuse must not lose any more pace.
It is vital that, as steps are taken to find a new chair, this inquiry's work continues. The victims and survivors of child sexual abuse have already waited too long to get the justice they deserve.
Barry the Box and special Christmas packaging are the first ways our Davpack partnership supports our work.
What's a day like for a project worker helping sexually exploited children?
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.