Making a difference
Children in Wales is the national umbrella body for organisations and individuals who work with children, young people and their families in Wales. We are a membership body, and our members are drawn from the voluntary, statutory and professional sectors.
So what is non-binary?
You are reading this article on our new website. A website that wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our fantastic group of young volunteers, young people from our Young Wales project and members such as Voices from Care Cymru.
June is LGBTQ+ Pride month, and to celebrate we have planned a number of activities. on 28 June our training team will be holding a course entitled Pride and Prejudice: supporting LGBTQ+ Young People.
Welsh Government are currently seeking views on it's Race Equality Action Plan. Children in Wales will be coordinating a response to the action plan, and we want your views to help shape our response.
Young carers are children or young people who take a significant role in caring for a family member. The family member could be suffering from physical or mental health problems, a disability or drug and alcohol problems.
Key Findings from the impact of the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic on Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) provision have been released.
A new Welsh Government campaign, launched on Monday, 15 February 2021, is encouraging new groups of people resident in Wales to make their voices heard in upcoming elections.