Young people are the leaders of TODAY not tomorrow!

Children North East's Campaigner Katie McSherry writes from a UN Women's Conference in New York about why we need to be engaging with young people right now...Read more

The night Children North East partied with the Clooneys

Our Chief Exec Jeremy Cripps went up to Edinburgh with Income Generation Manager Kasia Kurowska for the People's Postcode Lottery Charity GalaRead more

Katie McSherry's New York UN Women's Conference Diary

The Children North East Campaigner's updates from the 2019 Commission on the Status of Women at the UN Headquarters in NYC - find out what she’s getting up to, the people she meets and the issues that are raisedRead more

'We can’t address poverty, without looking at gender'

Children North East’s Campaigner Katie McSherry is in New York for this year’s Commission on the Status of Women at the UN HeadquartersRead more

World Book Day should be about reading not dressing up

Stumping up the costs for World Book Day costumes can put a lot of pressure on families who are struggling financially, so we look at how schools could celebrate insteadRead more

Eating disorders can happen to anyone

Children North East Counsellor Rachel Cowey discusses how stereotypes about who might get an eating disorder are stopping people from getting the help they desperately needRead more

Our Top 5 Mental Health Tips for Young People

We mark Children's Mental Health Week (4-10 Feb) with some simple and handy tips for looking after your mental health and well-beingRead more

What happens for children when their parents’ relationship breaks down?

It’s Family Mediation Week so we’re looking at how our Contact Centre helps families with what can be one of the most difficult experiences…Read more

How to survive Blue Monday

Monday, January 21, is the day popularly believed to be the most miserable day of the year - AKA Blue Monday. Counsellor at Children North East's Young People's Service Rhoda Morrow is on hand with some advice...Read more

How should families handle the big screen time issue?

Let's face it, too many of us are totally glued to our phones and tablets, but what impact is this having and how should families be tackling it...Read more

What’s Christmas like for the poorest child in your school?

It should be a magical time of year for children, but we take a look at how it can feel being at school in the run-up to Christmas when your family has financial problems.Read more

Why we’re not asking for toys this Christmas: Hope for Christmas Appeal 2018

This Christmas we're making a different request to usual in our new Christmas Appeal ‘Hope for Christmas’Read more