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EveryChild can provide information and resources for print, radio and television journalists. Our experts are available for interview on issues ranging from child labour in Africa and Asia, institutional childcare in Eastern Europe, child protection in developing countries and the HIV Aids orphans crisis.
Our extensive high resolution photo library, taken by leading UK press photographers, is also available for use by the media and we can provide broadcast quality film footage of our international work. We also have an extensive range of case studies, research and statistics.
Any journalist with an enquiry can contact Meg Jackon on email@example.com.
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Greater support for kinship care is paramount, says Every Child.
6th September 2012 - Kinship care is the most common form of alternative care for children living without parents – yet it still receives the least support, reveals a report published today.
Hunger summit must remember 24 million children without parental care.
8th August 2012 - To mark the end of the London 2012 Olympics, Prime Minister David Cameron will host a hunger summit on August 12. There, he will seek to kick-start a joint effort to address hunger and malnutrition across the world, following reports that a new global target to reduce the number of stunted children by 70 million by 2025 has been agreed by the World Health Assembly.
International children’s charity calls on the support of Margate.
30th July 2012- International children’s charity EveryChild is heading to Margate to raise awareness of the 24 million children living without parental care around the world.
4th July 2012 - Failure to provide proper protection to children around the world and to keep them with their families is hindering progress on worldwide development goals MPs heard on Tuesday 3rd July, despite a personal commitment from Prime Minister David Cameron to prioritise them.
Press Comment on Ukraine’s Forgotten Children.
19th June 2012 - Ukraine’s Forgotten Children was a truly harrowing documentary, revealing the harsh reality of what it’s like for disabled children living in institutional care. Frighteningly, there are millions more children with disabilities who are unnecessarily placed in harmful large-scale institutions across the world, with hazardous effects.
EveryChild offers to collect audio and interviews from Malawi.
International children’s charity EveryChild is offering to collect moving audio and interviews from its life-changing projects in Malawi on behalf of media houses.
EveryChild calls for an end to harrowing ‘baby box’ practice.
11th June 2012 - As concerns mount over the spread of ‘baby boxes’, where infants are anonymously handed over to institutions at birth by parents in Europe, international children’s charity EveryChild is calling for an end to this harrowing practice.
EveryChild honours local Glastonbury couple.
24 May 2012 - On Monday 21st May, local Glastonbury couple Terry and Margaret Hurd were honoured by international charity EveryChild with a special ‘10 for 10’ award, for their phenomenal support and commitment to children living without families around the world.
Sir Bruce and Lady Forsyth receive joint award.
21st May 2012 - International charity EveryChild marked its 10th anniversary today, by honouring a mix of 10 inspiring individuals and organisations for their contribution to supporting vulnerable children across the world.
Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School raises a whopping £2,000 for EveryChild.
16th May 2012 - EveryChild made a visit to Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School on Wednesday 16th May as part of our 10th anniversary celebrations and to say thank you to pupils for raising £2,000 in support of children without parental care around the world.
They’re more annoying than our boss, but we can’t live without our families.
15th May 2012 - Forget Facebook, mobile phones and even friends, family is the one thing we just can’t live without, says the British public.
In response to the Queen's Speech.
9th May 2012 - International charity EveryChild is calling on the UK government to remember the 24 million children who currently live without parental care around the world, as today’s Queen’s Speech outlined plans to speed up adoption and care proceedings and give more support to disabled children in the UK.
Charity Director takes to Tunbridge Wells to support street fundraisers.
27 March 2012 - EveryChild’s Fundraising and Marketing Director, John Bines, will be joining his team of street fundraisers in Tunbridge Wells on Wednesday 28th March, to drum up support for the international children’s charity.
Disabled children permanently scarred by institutional care.
21st March 2012 - Millions of children with disabilities are unnecessarily being placed in harmful large-scale residential institutions across the world, with hazardous effects.
Letter to Editor: Orphanage tourism: help or hindrance?’
3rd February 2012 - Your excellent article ‘Orphanage tourism: help or hindrance?’ (Friday 3rd February), raises many important issues about the growing numbers of privately run “orphanages” in Cambodia. EveryChild works with some of Cambodia’s poorest and most vulnerable families and the many children who leave home to earn a living on the street where they often get into trouble with the police and end up in even worse conditions in prison. But orphanages are not the solution.
23rd January 2012 - City workers had better watch out, as international children’s charity EveryChild and Bowel & Cancer Research will be holding them to ransom on Friday 3rd February at 10.30am.
17th January 2012 - As Islington Council seeks a ban on street fundraising within the Borough, Craig Mullaly explains why charities are so reliant on this practice.
Actress Hermione Norris supports urgent EveryChild appeal.
10th January 2012 - Spooks and Cold Feet actress Hermione Norris has teamed up with the international children’s charity EveryChild to visit one of its life-changing projects in rural Malawi for BBC One’s Lifeline appeal.
See below some of our press coverage from our awards lunch which included Sir Bruce and Lady Forsyth.
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