More than 40 of the UK’s leading children’s charities and child development experts have issued a warning to the Covid-19 Inquiry chair of “unacceptable delays” to taking evidence from children on lockdown.
Coram and Just for Kids Law (JfKL) have today announced that JfKL is transferring its educational exclusion and homelessness work to the Coram Group, in a development that will significantly strengthen services for children and young people who need support.
Nine months since Covid-19 Inquiry began, not a single child has been able to participate. Promised listening exercise makes no provision for under
LONDON, 1 March 2023 – Children’s rights organisations are urging the Covid-19 Inquiry to take evidence from children as soon as possible over
In a new report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, as part of its examination of the UK, 97 children’s charities from across England
Today, Save the Children, Just for Kids Law and Children’s Rights Alliance for England have explained how the youngest in society were not considered adequately or “even at all” in many key decisions made by the UK government during their Covid-19 response.
Child Q and her family have taken a decision not to give interviews to the press at this stage in an effort to protect Child Q’s privacy. The family requested that there be no speculation as to their identities or the identities of Child Q’s school which could, in turn, result in Child Q’s identity becoming known.
Today, the children’s rights charity Just for Kids Law is calling for an end to the overnight detention of children by police with the launch of its latest report, “It’s horrible when they keep you in there at night”: Ending the overnight detention of children in police custody, at a briefing to Parliamentarians, police representatives, and youth justice campaigners.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Anthony Landes to the post of Chair of the Board of Trustees at Just for Kids Law.