Campaign calls for people to report signs of child abuse

The Children's Society joins National Police Chiefs Council in campaign urging public to 'Know, Look, Act'

Five ways to look after your emotional well-being

In times of uncertainty, looking after your emotional well-being is really important. From baking to putting all your favourite things in one place, here are our top tips.

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No Recourse to Public Funds — the claim vs reality for migrant families

The UK government claims available measures for 'No Recourse to Public Funds' (NRPF) families are adequate. We explain why they are not.

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Chancellor's plans fail to tackle harm to children during lockdown

Mark Russell, Chief Executive at The Children’s Society said: “We recognise the unprecedented times we are in, and we warmly welcome the Chancellor’s plans to support young people into work. We need to see the detail and it’s important that they include additional support for vulnerable groups like care leavers. 

Racism and young people's well-being

Our Resilient Me service responds to recent events and the effect racism has young people's mental health and well-being.

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The impacts of Covid-19 on families with teenagers

Our latest briefing offers information and advice for families on the heightened stress teenagers might be feeling during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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#BlackLivesMatter: our young trustee, Bilkis, on why we must fight racism and injustice

Bilkis, one of our young trustees, shares her thoughts on protesting, the coronavirus crisis and social media as a tool for solidarity.

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MP’s call for the protection of vulnerable European children in care

A senior Tory is leading a group of cross-party MP’s, who are urging the Prime Minister to remove the risks of looked after children from the EU becoming undocumented.

The Children's Society joins the call on the Prime Minister to prioritise children

The Children's Society joins 146 other charities, teachers and front line services to urge the PM to make children as important to recovery as health and the economy

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