Standing up for kids
We transform young lives through the rule of law and child-centred advocacy.
Support, advice and legal help for young people in difficulty.
We are all part of Just for Kids Law
Providing legal knowledge and expertise about children’s rights in the criminal justice system.
Let Us Learn is a youth-led movement for access to higher education for all young people living in the UK.
CRAE fights for children’s rights by listening and empowering children and campaigning for change.
Recruiting “the best and the brightest” to work as community-based Youth Advocates for a year.
What we do
We help young people navigate their way through challenging times: whether they are facing difficulties at school, mental health, immigration or youth justice issues, are being denied benefits, or are homeless.
Holistic support - our model of advocacy
Using the law for social change
#SenseAboutSexting - our latest campaign
Holistic support cases
We think the best way to support young people to reach their potential is to identify and work on all of their needs. We have a team of advocates who work with young people everyday.
Increase from 2016
Each year we are reaching more young people. But we are turning away kids in difficulty every week. Please help us to help them by donating now.
Happy with Our Support
After working with Just for Kids Law 99% of our clients are happy with our support
Latest news, press & blogs
Let us Learn campaigners stage Downing Street vigil to show support for previous generation of Commonwealth migrants
JFKL's CEO Enver Solomon on the recent violent attacks amongst young people and our perceptions of the root causes
Mission, vision & values
A society where every child and young person has the best childhood and the opportunity to fulfil their potential.
Every week we are turning away children and young people because we don't have the resources to help them. Your donation will make a difference.
Where your money goes
Your money will help transform the lives of children and young people harnessing the huge potential all children and young people have.