Our members

Our members range from small to big children's charities, individuals, young people and academics. Read what some of our members have to say about why they value being a CRAE member.

“NCB greatly values being a member of the Children’s Rights Alliance England (CRAE). CRAE plays a key role in co-ordinating the children’s sector to feed in to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child reporting process. NCB shares CRAE’s commitments to children’s rights and we look forward to working together to champion these rights.”

Celine Mcstravick
NCB Strategic Director


"The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) has been a member of CRAE since its inception and has been working towards a common goal of implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in the UK. We especially value CRAE’s role in bringing us together during the reporting process under the CRC. We believe in the power of joint action and look forward to working with CRAE to share, learn, act and connect together."

Joanna Rea
Director of Advocacy, UNICEF UK


"CRAE's work informing and galvanizing the children's sector on children's rights is absolutely essential and we look to them for leadership in improving government's protection of children's rights. CRAE provides charities like ours with meaningful ways to contribute to that work, including civil society's report to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and the UNCRC Action group which is spreading child rights awareness across Whitehall."

Kathy Evans
CEO, Children England