Reggie Nelson knocked on doors in Kensington and asked each person how they made their money. One door opened to an opportunity for mentoring and a job in the financial sector. Youth worker Nathan Bossoh... More

To celebrate International Youth Day  here's the story of one school student in Afghanistan who courageously challenged cultural prejudices to save a woman’s... More

This week another drill artist was stabbed to death. Incognito’s passing has been linked by some to the violent nature of drill music. But is the music... More

In an article for The Daily Mail, Katharine Hill claims that gadgets are stopping parents from engaging fully with their children.She shares one story of a dad being asked to play by his 7-year-old boy.... More

I just picked up my son from school and took him to the park alongside some other parents and kids. The inevitable happened: younger children started whining, there were tears and parents started saying:... More

Listen to the audio version of the interview here.A new study by Amazon Prime Video reveals that 83 per cent of British parents take digital devices away with them on holiday to entertain their children,... More

It was a moment of poignant redemption; of grace and mercy from one human being to another.Like many others, I can’t get the image of Gareth Southgate embracing Columbian footballer Mateus Uribe after... More

My innocence was shattered at the age of 8. Too young to understand the pain inflicted by the hand of Maradona or the boot of van Basten, I was swept along by the sound of Nessun Dorma, the sight of Platt’s... More

Thirtyone:eight, formerly the Churches Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS), relaunched itself at an event hosted at the V&A Museum of Childhood, which was opened by Sarah Champion MP.  The relaunch... More

For the first time gaming addiction is going to be listed as a mental health condition by the World Health Organization (WHO), which means it will also be treatable on the NHS.I first heard this while... More