NYAS welcomes the launch of the Care Review for England

15th Jan 2021

The Independent Care Review for England launches today (15 January) which promises to listen to the views of care-experienced children, Read More

Keeping your mental health in check in 2021

11th Jan 2021

2020 has been and gone and what a year it has been! The past 12 months have been like no Read More

The Rights Idea? NYAS partnership supports children’s rights through parental separation

21st Dec 2020

NYAS, in partnership with Exeter University and the National Association of Child Contact Centres (NACCC) have joined forces to create Read More

NYAS appoints Sir Mark Hedley as its new chair of the board of trustees.

18th Dec 2020

Sir Mark will take over as the chair of trustees in December 2020 replacing retiring outgoing chair Barry Hulme. Sir Read More

A Christmas conversation with care leavers

17th Dec 2020

2020 has been an unprecedented and challenging year. Many of us are now approaching Christmas in a new way with, Read More

Missing children, missed opportunities – NYAS launches new #AcrossTheBorder briefing

15th Dec 2020

NYAS has today launched ‘Missing Children, Missed Opportunities’, the second report in the Across the Border series comparing missing incidents Read More

A Christmas message from our CEO, Rita Waters

14th Dec 2020

We are coming to the end of what has been a very challenging and unprecedented year. At the start of Read More

NYAS and POhWER partnership renew UK-wide Priory Group advocacy contract

9th Dec 2020

NYAS are delighted to have renewed our advocacy partnership with POhWER to continue delivering general mental health advocacy to patients Read More


24th Nov 2020

Today, the Court of Appeal has handed down a landmark judgment on Article 39’s judicial review. The unanimous judgment  has Read More

One child is reported missing every hour in Wales – New NYAS Cymru report calls for better protection

23rd Nov 2020

New research by NYAS Cymru and The Children’s Society reveals that every hour another child in Wales is reported missing. Read More

NYAS joins with other leading homelessness charities to call on the Government to continue investment in homelessness in upcoming Spending Review

19th Nov 2020

NYAS, as part of a collective of 28 other homelessness organisations and service providers, has today (19th November) submitted a Read More

“What about me?” Reframing support for families following parental separation

13th Nov 2020

The Family Solutions Group – a multi-disciplinary group with broad and deep expertise in working with separated families in and Read More

NYAS Cymru’s Project Unity shortlisted at European Social Services Awards 2020

5th Nov 2020

NYAS’ Project Unity has been nominated at the European Social Services Awards 2020. The project features in the Research Project Read More

NYAS Cymru provides digital equipment for young people in care

29th Oct 2020

In July, NYAS Cymru was awarded a grant from the WCVA to help provide digital tools such as laptops and Read More

End youth homelessness in Wales

15th Oct 2020

End Youth Homelessness Cymru’s (EYHC) latest report, ‘Don’t let me fall through the cracks: Homelessness amongst Care-Experienced Young People in Read More

NYAS Cymru’s Project Unity runners up in Youth Work in Wales Excellence Award!

9th Oct 2020

NYAS Cymru are delighted to have been placed as runners up for our Project Unity at the Youth Work in Read More

NYAS Cymru appoints new CEO

29th Sep 2020

NYAS have appointed a new Chief Executive Officer to lead NYAS Cymru, the Welsh division of NYAS, headed up by Read More

Human Rights Committee quotes NYAS as questions raised over UK Government decisions affecting children during the pandemic

22nd Sep 2020

On 21st of September our written evidence on the human rights impact of Statutory Instrument 445 (SI 445) was published Read More

Civil Service Internship Scheme introduced by Government for care leavers

4th Sep 2020

The government has announced the roll out of a civil service internship scheme for care leavers aged between 18-30. Successful Read More

NYAS Contact Centre receives outstanding CAFCASS audit

2nd Sep 2020

NYAS Contact Centre service is delighted to have recently received an outstanding audit from CAFCASS (Children and Family Court Advisory Read More


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