We recently commissioned an independent evaluation of our casework model to help us better understand how we make a difference in the lives of the children and young people we work with.
We are looking for creative proposals from filmmakers, animators, and anyone else who would be able to help us create a short film about who we are and what we do!
The Independent Care Review is a once in a generation opportunity to reimagine a care system that ensures society’s most vulnerable children and young people can access the rights they are entitled to and have the bright future they deserve. Sadly, we see the current care system failing the young people we work with every day, reform is urgently needed.
To challenge unfairness in the school exclusions process, the children’s legal charity Just for Kids Law is partnering with law firms across the country to offer free legal advice and representation for children and young people who are faced with fixed term and permanent exclusions.
We are closed between 15-18 April – if you need support, there are a range of organisations you can contact.
Our education solicitor Florence Cole has been representing Child Q since the case was referred to her in 2020.
Just for Kids Law, the Children’s Rights Alliance for England, and 15 other supporting organisations have submitted our response to the Government's consultation on reform of the Human Rights Act.
We are extremely concerned about the proposals set out in the consultation on reform of the Human Rights Act (HRA).
Today, Just for Kids Law launches its new briefing on the overnight detention of children in police custody.
We are closed for Christmas from Friday 24th December at 3pm until 9.30am on Monday 3rd January. If you need support, there are a range of organisations you can contact.