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Opportunities in life should not be based on a postcode lottery, but available to all young people, regardless of background and ability. Young people today face an unprecedented range of daily challenges which are often reported in the media and press. All of which, further support our drive to provide every young people across the country, with a safe and inspiring place to spend their leisure time, with access to employability, health and sporting initiatives which make a huge contribution to their emotional and physical wellbeing.
The Duchess of Cambridge is launching a “lifelong” campaign to help children from deprived backgrounds to reach their potential.
The report demonstrates the benefits that youth organisations bring not just to young people but to their wider communities.
Across Britain, serious violence is rising. There have been over 90 murders in London in 2018 alone, which includes sixteen teenagers. Panorama investigates why.
“If people had a chance to come to a place like this, they could get away from their life on the streets.”
The mother of Stephen Lawrence spoke about the rising levels of knife crime on London's streets during an appearance on Loose Women.
An estimated three million children are at risk of going hungry over the holidays, when free school meals are off the menu, and the government has pledged £2m to help provide food and activities for children.
Child poverty expert argues that the long summer break leaves poor children disengaged
The Good Childhood Report 2018, produced in partnership with the University of York, is the seventh in a series of annual reports published by The Children’s Society about how children in the UK feel about their lives.
The battle against obesity continues to be lost, with children increasingly likely to be obese before they start secondary school.
Unions point to funding cuts after permanent exclusions rise by about 1,000 from 2016 to 2017.
Francesca Dean reports on the problem of loneliness in young people and takes an inside look at the organisations set up to combat this issue.
'Social workers saw it from the outside in not the inside out. I felt like saying, you don’t understand [...] I’m still going home to my mum who’s doing drugs and feeling suicidal'.