Making life a misery: the hostile environment is making life impossible for migrant children

Jack Gevertz of the Immigration Advice Service describes the effects of government policy on migrant childrenRead more

A collective voice for children in care

Blog from the GameChanger 2 conference for children in care in the North WestRead more

School and exam experiences

Tia, who is doing work experience with Children England, writes that a change in how schools support young people to learn is well overdue.Read more

Councillors need to act now on child poverty

Chloë Darlington urges incoming councillors to take courageous practical action on rising child povertyRead more

Do we have the state we deserve?

A perspective on Children England's State of the State event by Jessica CrippsRead more

Looking for trouble … and finding it everywhere

Stephen Crossley, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy at Northumbria University, challenges the assumptions of the Troubled Families ProgrammeRead more

Maslow will be spinning in his grave

The housing crisis threatens everything we do in the children’s sector.Read more

The foundation for a new people-centric outlook

John Tizard's review of Kittens Are Evil - Little Heresies in Public PolicyRead more

Bad legislation

An update on Children England's work on the 'exemption clauses' of the Children & Social Work BillRead more

The Mayor must help low income working families stay in Inner London

4in10’s new report highlights the voices of low income working families in inner London on the complex challenges they face.Read more

Rising costs and in-work benefit cuts mean child poverty remains high in London and other cities

End Child Poverty statistics published today provide a bleak picture for hundreds of thousands of children in London and other major UK cities.Read more

The Human Rights Act: what does it mean for children?

This blog from the British Institute of Human Rights is more relevant than ever.Read more

4in10 Event Report: Health Inequalities

Event report by Eleanor LockhartRead more