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Our former Chief Executive receives CBE

Bob Reitemeier, our Chief Executive from 2002-11, received the CBE for service to children.

Join us for Refugee Week 2012

This year's Refugee Week focuses on contributions refugees have made to British sport and this year's Olympics

Bella Italia is fundraising for us

We are delighted that from today, Bella Italia customers and employees will be helping to raise funds for The Children’s Society.

Care system placing children in danger, parliamentary inquiry finds

MPs and Peers call for urgent investigation into children’s homes

Join us for Refugee Week

We are proud to support this year's Refugee Week, which focuses on the contributions of refugees make to the UK.

Children's art competition winner presents book to the Queen

Art competition hosted by the Stamford Committee raised funds for our work with vulnerable young people.

Our response to today's poverty statistics: Progress likely to reverse

Progress on reducing poverty 'is likely to be reversed by the government's drastic cuts to support and services for the country’s most vulnerable families'

Our response to Eric Pickles’ announcement on so-called 'troubled' families

While the government is focusing efforts on 120,000 vulnerable families, our Chief Executive points out that those efforts don't offset cuts to needed services.

Statement from The Children’s Society regarding Unicef Report Card 10

29 May 2012

Media Statement from The Children’s Society regarding Unicef Report Card 10

Our response to the government's update on the Munro Review implementation

22 May 2012

Enver Solomon reposnds to the government's update on the implementation of the Munro Review