Young People’s Websites

Websites of particular interest or usefulness to children and young people.

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Excellent website giving advice on rights, relationships, sexual relations, drugs and many other things. Telephone number: 0800 1111
Children's section of the CAFCASS website with good information for children experiencing family difficulties.
Run by the Coram Children's Legal Centre - An independant organsation raising awareness of legal matters among young people across the UK and provides support with legal representation to children and young people.
Get Connected is the UK's free, confidential helpline service for young people under 25 who need help, but don't know where to turn. Helpline: 0808 808 4994
The National Youth Advocacy Service. Charity offering specialist legal advice and assistance, advocacy and legal representation to children, young people and vulnerable adults. NYAS helpline advisers can support children, young people and and vulnerable adults across England and Wales to ensure their rights are upheld. They also welcome enquiries from representatives of children, including family and friends.
Leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. Helping children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening.
Barnardo’s works to transform the lives of vulnerable children and young people.
Charity involved in providing services, support, reasearch and lobbying for children and their rights.
Lots of information for children in care, including their rights, entitlement to services and leaving care advice.
Supporting vulnerable and neglected children.
The Children's Commissioner for England promotes and protects children's rights in England. She does this by listening to what children and young people say about what matters to them and making sure adults in charge take their views and interests into account.
CRAE protects the human rights of children by lobbying government and others who hold power, by bringing or supporting test cases and by using regional and international human rights mechanisms.
Excellent website helping young people improve their emotional and mental wellbeing.
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