United to tackle poverty & inequality
Our Chief Executive, Anna Feuchtwang, chairs the End Child Poverty Coalition, leading 70 organisations who share our determination to loosen the grip of poverty on the UK’s children.
As well as addressing poverty on a national scale, we're also examining local poverty and inequality through our Lambeth Early Action Partnership, gathering local practitioners and families to examine and address the impact of poverty & inequality in one of the UK’s most deprived areas.
United for disabled children
The Council for Disabled Children runs a series of networks gathering organisations together to address different challenges, such as promoting children's voices, supporting transition into adulthood and tackling challenges in the education sytem.
United for sustainable children’s services funding
We're part of the Children’s Inter-agency Group,15 child-focused organisations meeting together to discuss the issues affecting children and young people and to identify ways of working together in children’s best interests.
We also run the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children, working with chair Tim Loughton MP to gather Parliamentarians and children's organisations to stand up for children and young people in Parliament and call for action on the issues putting them at risk.
United for mental health and wellbeing
We run the Partnership for Mental Health and Wellbeing in School, a national network of more than 50 organisations from the education, health & wellbeing and children's sectors. Together, we support schools and provide services to improve the wellbeing and mental health of all children in education.