Guitar signed by Rolling Stones legend donated by Transport for London

Guitar signed by Rolling Stones legend donated by Transport for London

A guitar signed by Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood and donated by Transport for London will be auctioned later this month, with proceeds going to Railway Children.
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The latest on the Lion effect

The latest on the Lion effect

Recently Railway Children joined forces with Hollywood movie producers to be a charity partner for the film Lion. Little did we know then just how much impact that relationship would have on our work in India.
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Help us get the votes we need to change children’s lives

Help us get the votes we need to change children’s lives

We have been shortlisted to become Deutsche Bank’s charity partner for 2018/19 – a relationship that could help transform 28,000 children's lives. We need your help reaching as many Deutsche Bank employees as possible.
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Pioneering project brings safeguarding children to the top of rail agenda

Pioneering project brings safeguarding children to the top of rail agenda

The Department for Transport has just launched a new scheme that will help train companies make the UK’s railway stations safer places for vulnerable children. Railway Children’s Safeguarding on Transport programme is currently the only training programme that meets the new Safeguarding on Rail Scheme requirements.
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Changing lives together on a HST special

Changing lives together on a HST special

Rail enthusiasts and industry partners have teamed up with Railway Children to create a special charter train journey that will help us change lives. The Pickering Paxman will be a unique HST experience and has been organised by East Midlands Trains in conjunction with The Branch Line Society and the 125 Group.
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New guidebook to make India's stations safer for children

New guidebook to make India's stations safer for children

India’s Railway Board has launched a guidebook for all railway stations to follow that will ensure they become safer places for the children there. The guidebook was developed between Railway Children and the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR).
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