Inquiry calls to scrap police recording system putting missing children at risk

Inquiry calls to scrap police recording system putting missing children at risk

Railway Children welcomes this week’s report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Runaway and Missing Children and Adults which has called for a controversial police recording system to be scrapped.
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Three Peaks by Rail raises £2.4 million since launch

Three Peaks by Rail raises £2.4 million since launch

The 2016 Three Peaks Challenge has raised close to £165,000 for the charity Railway Children, which supports children at risk on the streets. Since its launch in 2004, the annual event has now raised £2.4 million, helping the charity reach 5,000 new children in need every year across the world, providing shelter, food, clothing, medical supplies, education and counselling.
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Railway Children recognised at the National Rail Awards 2016

Railway Children recognised at the National Rail Awards 2016

The charity is delighted to have been being nominated for the 2016 National Rail Safety Award. This achievement recognises Railway Children’s outstanding safeguarding work, and in particular creating a safety network in partnership with British Transport Police and staff members from across the rail industry.
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A return trip to where it all began

A return trip to where it all began

At the beginning of 2017 Railway Children founder David Maidment went back to India, where the story of our charity began back in 1989.
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Playing softball for India

Playing softball for India

Playing softball for India

A former street-child who’s been in our care for seven years has travelled to Australia to represent India in the Pacific International Softball Competition.
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New radio project for young runaways

New radio project for young runaways

Railway Children has launched a new radio project in Liverpool with the support of a grassroots radio station.
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