If you haven’t visited the Children’s Rights website in a while — or even if you were here just a few days ago — landing here now probably came as a bit of a surprise. As you can see, we’ve made some changes.
The new look of the site is just the tip of the iceberg. We’ve completely redesigned everything about it to make it much easier for you to find what you’re looking for, stay informed about our efforts to reform failing child welfare systems across the country, and get in touch if you’re interested in getting involved.
We hope, of course, that you’ll spend some time exploring the new site and seeing all that it has to offer, but here are a few highlights to look out for as you do:
- New individual sections for each of our legal cases and policy projects, featuring an overview and a complete archive of related documents, fact sheets, printed reports, and press information.
- Streamlined navigation that takes you directly to the information you need through clear and simple menus on every page.
- Opportunities to sign up for regular updates from Children’s Rights via e-mail, snail mail, and RSS feeds. No matter how you prefer to receive information, we’ve got a reliable way of getting it to you.
- Links to Children’s Rights pages on all the big social networking sites — including Facebook, Twitter,Flickr, and YouTube. Make us one of your contacts and help us spread the word.
There’s lots more to see, so we’ll let you get to it. But we’re very interested to hear your thoughts on the new site — and how we can make it even more useful for you — so please don’t hesitate to drop a line togro.sthgirsnerdlihc@snoitacinummoc if you’ve got something to say.
In the meantime, we hope you enjoy your visit — and that you’ll sign up to stay informed and come back to visit often. As we continue our battles to change life for the better for America’s abused and neglected children, we will frequently have more news to report.