We are proud to be part of the National Children’s Bureau (NCB), a leading charity driving change across society so all children grow up safe, secure and supported.
Across England and Northern Ireland, we influence policy, improve practice and unite those who can help us make childhood better.
Our work is based on analysing the evidence and listening to children’s experiences, so we can help professionals to do the best job possible and effectively improve the lives of children and young people, especially the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.
Since we were formed in 1963, we've campaigned on a range of social issues, bringing together specialist memberships groups to focus on key areas where we need to make change. Today, these groups influence the work of thousands of professionals and impact on the lives of countless children.
Together, we are united for a better childhood.
Part of the NCB Family
CDC are just one of several specialist interest groups and networks who are part of the NCB family. The other groups include the Anti-Bullying Alliance, the Childhood Bereavement Network, the Sex Education Forum and the Lambeth Early Action Partnership(LEAP). We all operate under NCB’s charitable status and are based at their London headquarters in Hackney.
For more information about NCB visit www.ncb.org.uk