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Action for Children reacts to Children's Commissioner's annual report into children's mental health services
“We know from our services young people are struggling at home without their usual support networks"
Action for Children responds to Children's Commissioner's statement
Child poverty rates were at a record-high at the start of the pandemic and will continue to rise without a broad response
Action for Children reacts to Labour's forced vote to stop Universal Credit cut
“Our key workers are seeing the worst child poverty levels they can remember, and the extra costs of lockdown are only making it worse"
Action for Children responds to new Joseph Rowntree Foundation report 'UK Poverty 2020-2021'
This report is yet more evidence of the true extent of the hardship faced by many children even before the pandemic.
Birmingham City Council's Dr Tim O'Neill joins Action for Children
Birmingham City Council’s director of education and skills, Dr Tim O’Neill, has been appointed as the new managing director of children’s services at Action for Children
Jason Manford delivers much-needed cheer in support of Action for Children Secret Santa campaign
Comedian Jason Manford joined the Action for Children team in support of the Secret Santa campaign which supports vulnerable children at Christmas
Millions of parents say they'd cancel Christmas if they could, most children fear an unhappy family time
Shocking new research reveals the stress and misery of millions of families in the run up to Christmas
Response to Chancellor's Spending Review
Poverty-producing policies and the pandemic mean a new wave of families have been thrown into financial uncertainty
Key workers warn family finances set to worsen in ‘bleakest’ winter
Thousands of struggling families face financial ruin this winter
The Northern Ireland executive must put children at heart of recovery
We're urging the government to prioritise and protect vulnerable children and young people
Response to Office for Statistics Regulation letter on the Prime Minister's use of child poverty statistics
You can’t ‘level up’ the country if you’re sweeping under the carpet the big rises in child poverty
One in three parents 'out of their depth' as children struggle with pandemic fallout
Action for Children launches national Parent Talk advice service, as families fear months of uncertainty ahead
Action for Children responds to the Chancellor's mini budget
Children must be at the heart of our nation's recovery plan
PM must prioritise children as much as health and economy: plea from over 146 organisations
More than 146 charities are calling on the PM to make children a priority in the UK's Coronavirus recovery plans
Action for Children responds to IFS research ‘Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK: 2020'
Millions of families were struggling before the coronavirus crisis. Now they’re at breaking point
Covid-19 recovery to pile on pressure for families and frontline support workers, warn public services
A new report reveals serious concerns among children’s sector professionals about the impact of coronavirus
Action for Children helps thousands of children with food during lockdown
Making sure vulnerable children don't go hungry shouldn't be a debate, it should be a given
Action for Children responds to record rise in contacts to NSPCC's helpline about domestic abuse
For thousands of children, the ‘stay at home’ message sadly did not mean ‘stay safe’
Black Lives Matter, black childhoods matter
As people speak up in protest in both the USA and the UK, we stand with them in the fight against racism