We’ve been talking a lot lately about enlisting our supporters, partner organizations, fellow advocates, and other concerned citizens in a national movement to transform the way our nation treats its abused and neglected children. That’s a bold, ambitious goal, and it depends on many thousands of people across the United States pulling together to do […]
A recent ruling by a federal judge puts Children’s Rights one step closer to shedding light on concerns that the Georgia child welfare system is inappropriately suppressing abuse investigations.
As a direct result of legal action Children’s Rights took to block a law that violated children’s rights and endangered their lives, that law is on the way to being repealed.
Children’s Rights will continue pressing the case for overturning a dangerous law endangering children’s safety — and working with state officials to improve protection for vulnerable kids.
“Children’s Rights has educated me about the very constructive role that advocates can play,” says Gov. Phil Bredesen in State of the State Address.
State officials persist in their efforts to close the doors of a program aimed at keeping kids safely with their families — despite an 18-year track record of proven success.
Connecticut officials back off plans to close successful program for keeping kids out of foster care after Children’s Rights takes legal action for state’s vulnerable children.
Children’s Rights takes on a dangerous state law aimed at strong-arming judges into diverting kids from foster care — without regard to the facts of their cases.
Six years after he and his brothers were found starving in their adoptive home, Tre’Shawn P. has graduated from high school and is thriving in a new, permanent, loving family.
Children’s Rights keeps up long campaign for meaningful child welfare reform in spite of District officials’ resistance.