The EU has unveiled a new Child Rights Strategy. What difference could it make for children and families?
Asian Regional Director, Tessa Boudrie, highlights why she’s standing with women on the frontlines, fighting for change.
Hope and Homes for Children’s social workers are remarkable people. They are the ones who carry out the hard and complicated task of finding safe and loving families for children.
Best-selling author, Catherine Isaac, recommends six novels about orphans that have captured the imagination of readers worldwide.
Ukraine’s U-turn on shutting the world’s biggest network of state-run orphanages flies in the face of international law and leaves 100,000 children at risk of torture, sexual violence and trafficking.
Galina was desperate to escape her abusive marriage. But she knew that if she left with nowhere to go, her son Ivan would be at risk of being sent to an orphanage.
We join the call for the Government of Ukraine and the EU to build a right-based child protection system in Ukraine, free from institutions.
On International Day of Persons With Disabilities 2020, we are reminded not to forget in a post-Covid world.
Mark Waddington, CEO at Hope and Homes for Children, reacts to the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s decision to cut the UK’s aid budget.
Like so many Nepalese children, Tika had been taken from his family by traffickers. For a high fee, they promised his parents that he would be well cared for and educated in an institution in the city. Instead, he was taken to an orphanage where he survived alone for two years; neglected, abused and exploited to elicit donations from tourists.