The Children’s Voice

The Children’s Voice is a monthly newsletter from the Council sent out via email.   Archived copies are listed below.  Want to be included on our mailing list – sign up via the contact form in the right hand column.

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May – Not for Adults Alone: Children’s Rights and the Promise of Gault

April – An Open Letter to the Opportunity Task Force

March – HB 280 – The Right Thing To Do

February – A Night for Children’s Rights 

January – MLK and The Fierce Urgency of Now


December – After Stillness, Say the Word Aloud

November – Gratitude, Hope, and the Long Arc to Justice

October – Children Come First: Then, Now, Always

September – Momentum Grows for Raise the Age

Summer – July/August – A Unifying Conversation

June – Good News From Raleigh 

May – You Can Impact Children

April – Protecting All Children – Thoughts on HB2

March – We Must Stand For Children – A Night for Children’s Rights

February – We Need To Talk – And Listen

January — Good News (And Not So) from Raleigh 


December — Shine a Light For Children’s Rights

November – A Season of Gratitude

October – Celebrating Pro Bono Service

September – School Assignment, Part 2

August – Back to School for CMS

July – NC Proposed Budget

June – Looking Back and Looking Forward

May —  Taking it To Extremes

April — Child Abuse Awareness Month

March – Council Announces New Executive Director

February – James Ford, On The Path of Possibilities

January – Welcoming 2015


Email Newsletters And Policy Updates

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Bob Simmons appointed to NC Social Services Commission

Bob Simmons appointed to NC Social Services Commission

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  MAY 24, 2017:  Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Bob Simmons, executive director of Council for Children’s Rights, to serve on the North Carolina Social Services Commission representing District 12.  Simmons will serve a four year term. This...

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