Empty shelves and endless information: young carers and Covid-19

As well as the thousands of identified young carers across the UK, many more children taking on caring roles during Covid-19 will be hidden.

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Government support welcome but must go further

The Children's Society responds to the Chancellor's announcement of support for charities during the coronavirus crisis

How coronavirus is affecting low-income families

For the millions of children living in poverty, the consequences of coronavirus could be deadly.

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School's out and young people are at risk: what closures mean for children across the country

Schools are places where many young people can feel safe, socialise and learn. Without them, a layer of protection is removed for children at risk.

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The Government must provide a lifeline for all

The Coronavirus crisis has touched the lives of people of all backgrounds across the country - but Government support fails to mirror this.

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Isolation shouldn't mean children feel isolated

For children living in children's homes, supported housing or houses they don't feel safe, isolation measures will make them feel even more isolated and many will be at risk of going missing.

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Covid-19's impact on children at risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation

Children across the country will already be at risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation. Lockdown just makes those risks worse.

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Action urged to tackle impact of domestic abuse beyond home

The Children’s Society responds to Victims' Commissioner’s new report on domestic abuse

Invite-only parties and staying safe online during Covid-19 lockdown

Staying connected in a lockdown means spending more time online. It's essential young people know how to stay safe in these virtual worlds.

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