We work closely with members of the House of Commons and House of Lords to scrutinise the government’s proposed laws as they make their way through Parliament.
We use knowledge gathered from our research and ongoing discussions with children and young people to challenge new legislation when we know it does not meet children’s needs, and we create opportunities for young people to express their views to MPs and peers directly.
Read our briefings for Parliament.
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Children
For over 30 years, we have run the All Party Parliamentary Group for Children (APPGC), a group of MPs and Peers from all political parties working together to improve children’s policy.
The APPGC recently held an inquiry into the relationship between children and the police, which led to significant changes to policy and police practice.
Find out more about the Group’s new inquiry into children’s social care including upcoming meetings in Parliament.
Find out more about the inquiry on children and the police.