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The Children's Society supports new mass movement for a happier society

The Children's Society is supporting the launch of Action for Happiness, a new mass movement to create a happier society.

Key points from The Family Business consultation published

The aspirations, views and needs of children should be central to the ongoing debate about the role of the family and the influence of the state was one of the conclusions of our consultation event

Our response to the child poverty strategy

Poverty and unequal life chances are the root cause of many of the social ills affecting our country's children

Director of Children's Services visits The Children's Society's Waves programme

John Nash, Director of Children's Services for Weymouth and Portland, visited our Waves programme to find out first-hand about our work with young people.

Our Policy Director responds to inquiry into Legal Aid

"The committee is right to urge the government to refine its proposals further and look in more detail at the impact of its wide ranging legal aid reforms."

The Children’s Society launches Chatability

24 Mar 2011

Disabled children and young people will launch one of the world's first 'chat' pages to be designed in picture and symbol format.

Statement from The Children's Society on the Budget

Children, particularly those living in poorer homes, have not been immune from the effects of the nation's financial difficulties, says Bob Reitemeier.

New findings show cuts directly impacting on children’s well-being

The Children's Society warns that the current economic situation impacting negatively on children’s well-being.

Concern at the proposal to remove the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance

Chief Executive, Bob Reitemeier, has expressed grave concern at the proposal to remove the mobility component of Disability Living Allowance

Deputy Lord Mayor of Coventry opens refugees’ children’s project

The Children's Society’s new project, Strong Voices, Strong Lives, helping unaccompanied asylum seeking children in Birmingham and Coventry, has officially launched.