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110,000 children unable to access mental health treatment

17 Jun 2019

New research by The Children’s Society finds children are missing out on mental health treatment

New learning programme launched to help children affected by family alcohol misuse

21 May 2019

The Children’s Society is launching a new national initiative to help children affected by parental alcohol misuse.

New programme will help local areas tackle child exploitation

Tackling Child Exploitation (TCE) programme aims to improve response to threats including child sexual and criminal exploitation

New research finds missing children are being let down

1 May 2019

New research by The Children’s Society found opportunities to safeguard children who go missing from home or care are being missed by councils.

It is vital children are kept safe from online harm

8 Apr 2019

The Children's Society responds to the Government Online Harms White Paper on proposed internet safety measures.

The Children’s Society, ECPAT UK and more than 40 others join forces to appeal to Home Secretary.

5 Apr 2019

The Children’s Society, Every Child Protected against Trafficking (ECPAT UK) and 43 other organisations have written a letter to Sajid Javid urging him to do more to help all separated and trafficked children.

'Shameful' child poverty figures spark call for urgent action

The Children's Society responds to the Government's new Households Below Average Income statistics

Parliamentary inquiry into the scandal of ‘sent away’ children

26 Mar 2019
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All party parliamentary group for runaway and missing children launched with support from The Children's Society.

Children paying the price of cuts in crisis support

New report by The Children's Society finds local crisis support schemes have faced severe cuts

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