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Children whose parents are in prison will today address a meeting of the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child in Geneva.
The Equal Love campaign have criticised the Labour Party conference for failing to hold a discussion on giving legal recognition to same-sex marriage.
Children’s Society chief executive Bob Reitemeier has this week announced that he will be leaving the charity, after a decade at its helm.
As a new global initiative opposes child marriages, church-based centres in southern Kenya are providing havens for girls and community education.
Scottish church leaders have teamed up with a housing charity to assess the progress made by the Scottish Government to eradicate homelessness.
Colombia has failed to tackle the lack of justice for women and girl survivors during the country's long-running armed conflict, says a new report.
Equality campaigners have given a critical response to the latest government announcement on same-sex marriage.
Shelter is urging councils to crack down on rogue landlords, as its research reveals they continue to cause misery for tenants across England.
Scottish families on low-incomes are being forced to leave work and turn down jobs because they cannot afford to pay for childcare, a new survey shows.
The continuing and historic struggle against child poverty in Scotland was highlighted in a feature as part of the STV Six O'Clock News on 13 September 2011 - connected with STV's high-profile appeal, which will fund related projects.