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A new report by the Children’s Society reveals alarming levels of destitution among refugee, asylum-seeking and migrant children and young people.
In May 2010 the Government announced that it would end the immigration detention of children, but it is failing to do so says the Children's Society.
Children’s Society chief executive Bob Reitemeier has this week announced that he will be leaving the charity, after a decade at its helm.
Today and tomorrow I am taking part in a consultation on the role civic groups and churches can play in combatting poverty, not least child poverty.
The Children’s Society’s Sexual Health for Disabled Children and Young People project has been awarded funding from the Department of Health.
Children and young people's rights groups are calling for a change in the law to end the recruitment of sixteen and seventeen-year-olds into the UK armed forces.
The Bishop of Birmingham writes about the new report from the Children's Society. He says in a fair, free and responsible society, children must be provided with the basic essentials.
Thousands of UK children face destitution and are growing up in households without adequate food or heating. In some cases pregnant women cannot afford to eat, a church agency has said.
The first UK Christian denomination to employ young people in a new youth strategy has pushed the boundaries of youth participation and aims to make a wider impact on society as well as on its own culture.
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