Being the eyes and ears: spotting signs of abuse and neglect during school closures

School is a safe space for some of the most vulnerable young people. Without them, we must all be more vigilant in our communities.

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Celebrating Pride and the LGBT+ community

Every day we should be proud of our communities and stand together in solidarity, whether it's in a parade, at home or in our shops...

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Children, body image and the media

Find out how the media influences perception of body image, which can negatively impact children, from eating disorders to other mental health issues.

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Seeking Hope: zine explores experiences of young people who migrate to the UK

What's the difference between living in lockdown and living as an asylum-seeking young person in the UK?

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The Children’s Society responds to u-turn over free school meals

The Children's Society reacts to the announcement that free school meals will be provided during the summer holidays.

Refugee Week: stuck inside and waiting to be free

Many young refugees and asylum seeking families have been left isolated during this outbreak, waiting for their papers and much needed support.

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‘You are not alone’: 10-year-old Samuella’s lockdown letter of support to the elderly

Year six student, Samuella, wrote a letter of support for elderly people to help lift their spirits during lockdown.

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The Children’s Society responds to announcement that £63m is being given to local welfare assistance

 The Children’s Society reacts to the promise by Boris Johnson to give £63million to council local welfare assistance schemes .

Sam Royston, Director of Policy at The Children’s Society said:

“We are very pleased to see the Prime Minister has recognised the importance of local welfare assistance and its ability to help families through the current crisis.  The £63 million announced today is very welcome, although it falls far short of the £250 million urgently needed.

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