Voices on Waterloo Bridge: young people share their thoughts on the climate change protests

Young people across the world are campaigning for governments to take climate action. We went to Garden Bridge to talk to some of the young people who are calling for change.

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What are young people most concerned about in society?

Our latest Good Childhood Report found that the most common societal concern among young people is crime. We look at the facts behind their concerns.

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Isolated, alone and missing: children in out-of-area care placements

Our new report, No Place at Home, has found that many young people in out-of-area care are missing out on the support they need.

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Listening to young people in schools: notes from a school counsellor

One in eight children are unhappy with school. We caught up with Stella Sookun, a Child and Adolescent Therapist in North London, who tells us about what she has learnt from listening to young people in schools.

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How to talk to your friend when they're feeling low

Our Good Childhood Report found that children's unhappiness with their friendships is increasing. We've compiled a list of tips for talking to your friend when they're feeling low.

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Toxic masculinity: 5 ways fathers and male role models can break the cycle

Toxic masculinity is making boys unhappy with their appearance. Andrew, 21, gives us his top five suggestions on how fathers and male role models can break the cycle.

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Top tips for looking after your emotional well-being

This World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), we share five top tips for looking after your emotional well-being.

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How do friendships affect your life?

Our Good Childhood Report found that friendships among young people are in decline. We asked Alexandra, one of young writing competition contestants, 'how do friendships affect your life?'

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Bishop of Derby urges parliament to stop delays and make true on their promises to separated children

Bishop Libby Lane writes to the Lord Chancellor, calling on him to ensure legislation to bring legal aid back into scope for unaccompanied and separated children, is not delayed.

Being body positive

Young people are becoming more and more unhappy with their appearance. We look at the importance of being body positive.

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