Living in unregulated, unregistered accommodation in a lockdown is extremely isolating. Young people are struggling to contact social workers and
Just for Kids Law, Children’s Rights Alliance for England and the Youth Justice Legal Centre have written to the Home Office setting out our
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the life of every child in the country. It is not only an unprecedented public health emergency, but also a challenge our society and our economy have not seen in peacetime.
Just for Kids Law, Children's Rights Alliance for England, Article 39 and others wrote to Justice Secretary Robert Buckland QC MP urging the release
The London Housing Panel calls for more protection for those who are already homeless or vulnerably housed and to ensure frontline services are
All our external events and training are cancelled. However, we are still available to provide support and advice.
Just for Kids Law brought a legal challenge against the London Borough of Waltham Forest – with Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC and Sam Jacobs from Doughty
Just for Kids Law is bringing a legal challenge in the High Court against the London Borough of Waltham Forest focusing on children being held overnight in police cells.
Just for Kids Law and We Belong publish an independent evaluation of the process which led to the foundation of the first UK charity led entirely by and for young migrants.
Despite the Covid-19 situation we would like to reassure all those who need our help that we are still available to provide support and advice.
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