Getting silly for a serious cause This Friday, millions of Britons will don their best festive knitwear in aid of Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day. This annual silly celebration brings together churches, communities and classrooms across Britain behind
Caroline Squire "We will struggle to meet the SDGs without a step change in the inclusion of people with disabilities. "
Our Director writes about DFID's newly published Disability Strategy, how DFID under a Conservative Government is leading the way in addressing the challenge of disability inclusion as part of their commitment to the SDG's, and calls for momentum not to
Published as part of our joint collection of essays with Save the Children UK. Paul Scully MP argues we should be proud of the UK's aid impact, he cites Sudan, Rohingya and work on Ebola as powerful examples of how
As part of CFID's recent Essay Collection, published with Save the Children, Baroness Fiona Hodgson sets out how the UK is uniquely placed to drive the agenda and champion women and girls in war zones. She argues that if we