Our most recent releases and archive
Our news and comment hub is the place for our most up to date news content from Save the Children UK.
Our media team are available 24/7 for any media enquiries, quotes and interviews. Here you can find all of Save the Children UK's press releases from the last five years, including ground breaking announcements regarding children’s safety and development in Yemen, Syria and the UK, as well as statements on political announcements.
You can register to join their distribution list to be the first to receive breaking news press releases from the Save the Children UK team, and follow our most up to date stories on the ground and around the world by joining our media team on Twitter.
You can also search for our key media contacts in our offices across the UK and for specific news segments such as our newsdesk, fundraising and celebrities, corporate partnerships, multimedia and digital.
Thoughts from the front line
We have over 1,000 blogs on our site written by Save the Children staff across all areas of the organisation and ranging across a hugely diverse set of topics. From eye witness accounts of the atrocities being inflicted on families and children in Yemen, to strong calls to action on the importance of vaccines in developing countries our diligent writers are sharing relevant, up to date content for people passionate about children’s welfare.
We also have blogs closer to home, detailing the campaigning our incredible teams are doing to protect low income families from childcare costs. We have updates from our CEO, Kevin Watkins, on his thoughts on progress made in 2018, and even an interview led by 11 year old Yusef on Kevin’s thoughts about Save the Children UK’s progress.
Gain insight into the key issues
Within the Policy and Practice section of our news page you can browse and read our featured policy reports to gain insight into the key issues affecting children around the world. Look through our most recent reports – ‘Still Left Behind’ looking at reducing extreme inequalities in child survival, malnutrition, education, protection and other development indicators. ‘Syria: Invisible Wounds’ – the impact of six years of war on mental health of Syria’s children, and ‘Don’t Push It,’ a report on why the formula milk industry must clean up its act.
You can also find out more on our key policy and practice areas themselves, including Health, Nutrition, Education, Inclusive Development, Conflict and Humanitarian, and Strategic Foresight.