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Family Rights Group are the charity in England and Wales that advises families whose children are involved with or need children’s services because of welfare needs or concerns. They promote policies and practices, including family group conferences, that help children to be raised safely and securely within their families, and campaign for effective support to assist family and friends carers, including grandparents who are raising children that cannot live at home.
Grandparents Plus is the national charity which champions the vital role of grandparents and the wider family in children’s lives - especially when they take on the caring role in difficult family circumstances.
The Fostering Network is the UK's leading charity for foster care. They are dedicated to making foster care better. As the voice of foster care in the UK, the Fostering Network has a membership of over 56,000 foster carers and over 375 fostering services.
Become provide help, support and advice to children in care and young care leavers so that they can unleash their potential and take control of their lives. Their Care Advice Line is a confidential service that children in care and young care leavers can call for free, offering down to earth information and advice.
The Who Cares? Trust is a voice for children in care. Everything they do is designed to improve the day to day experience of children and young people in care - and their future lives.
Law Centres Network defend the rights of people who cannot afford a lawyer. They are specialists working in their local communities to uphold justice and advance equality.
The Scottish Child Law Centre is an independent charitable organisation, based in Edinburgh, which provides services to the whole of Scotland. The aim of the Centre is to promote knowledge and use of Scots law and children's rights for the benefit of children and young people in Scotland.
Winston's Wish was established in 1992 as the first childhood bereavement charity in the UK. Winston’s Wish remains dedicated to supporting children after the death of a parent or sibling.