Research

We regularly carry out research to learn more about the issues affecting children and to gain a broader perspective on how they interact and relate to their peers and families.

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Through our specialist research we strive to position ourselves as the leading authority on matters affecting children, providing solid evidence to achieve this and influencing public policy where it's needed.

Our team of researchers also offer children and young people the opportunity to be active participants in our research wherever possible.

In our latest project, the Home Office has commissioned us, along with the Refugee Council, to undertake a scoping review of the practical care arrangements for trafficked children and those who may have been trafficked.

Contact our research team.

Questions for the research team

If you have any questions or requests for the research team, please download our form, complete and return it to us at research@childrenssociety.org.uk.

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If you would like to receive updates on our work and be advised of new published reports, please send us an email, stating your name and email address to research@childrenssociety.org.uk.

Your details and services received will remain confidential to The Children’s Society. All records are held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.