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!
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.
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, 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.
Today, Just for Kids Law launches its new briefing on the overnight detention of children in police custody.
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.
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.
On 10 October 2021, some of our brilliant staff members will be running in the Royal Parks Half Marathon to raise money for our work. Race tickets can be really hard to come by and we haven’t competed as a team in a half marathon in over 10 years so this is definitely something to be proud of! The JfKL team have been training for months now, enduring the summer heat (and plenty of rain), injuries, blisters, and sore knees to prepare for the race. This will be a huge challenge but we’re confident that we can go the distance. Read on to find out why Augusta Itua, one of our amazing Youth Justice Lawyers, is taking part this year.