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British personalities call on the government to provide a lifeline for all

24 Apr 2020

Dame Emma Thompson, Miriam Margoyles OBE, Sir Tom Stoppard CBE and Thandie Newton OBE have written to Priti Patel in support of The Children’s Society’s campaign calling on the government to suspend ‘No recourse to public funds’ during the Coronavirus crisis.

Government support welcome but must go further

The Children's Society responds to the Chancellor's announcement of support for charities during the coronavirus crisis

Huge rise in child exploitation cases amid Covid19 fears

The Children's Society responds to new National Referral Mechanism figures

Action urged to tackle impact of domestic abuse beyond home

The Children’s Society responds to Victims' Commissioner’s new report on domestic abuse

The Children’s Society launches Emergency Appeal to be a lifeline for an isolated child, through the Coronavirus crisis

31 Mar 2020

The Children’s Society launches an emergency appeal to protect vulnerable children as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Children’s Society champions talent and diversity with a new Executive appointment

30 Mar 2020

The Children’s Society has appointed Michelle Clark as its new Executive Director of Diversity and Talent.

Call for better support for exploited children

The Children's Society responds to new modern slavery figures

The Children's Society reacts to new child poverty statistics

26 Mar 2020

A statement from The Children's Society reacting to the latest government child poverty statistics.

Children’s charities’ issue joint statement on coronavirus national emergency

The Children's Society and others call for help for vulnerable children and families

The Children's Society announces temporary closure of its charity shops

Charity closes shops for safety of staff, volunteers and customers due to coronavirus outbreak

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