Strategies and plans
Published plans and strategies, including our first Strategic Plan “About Us and Our Aims” which outlines how we will promote and protect the rights of children and young people during 2019–2023.
Responses and advice to Government
Here you can find our latest responses and advice to Government.
Every year produce we will produce an annual report to tell people about what we've been doing.
Documents, reports and research produced by us for submission to the United Nations and other international organisations.
Performance and governance
Documents that we have produced for internal or external reasons which relate to the accountability and operations of our office.
Internship Summer 2020
Are you a professional or volunteer working with children or young people in Jersey? If so, our forthcoming series of free online workshops might be the ideal platform for you to have your say on what the Island needs to change, keep the same or start doing more of. Why we're running these workshops: Jersey is bound by international law to respect, protect and fulfil children’s rights, and the Island's progress is monitored by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child. The Committee monitors this progress through a reporting cycle. The first step of this process is to identify emerging trends and key issues that children’s rights defenders think should be covered in what is known as the List of Issues Prior to Reporting. This is done through a short report, capped at 10,000 words, which gives brief context on key issues and puts forward questions that participants think the UN Committee should ask the Government of Jersey to report on. The Children’s Commissioner will be submitting a report identifying key issues in Jersey, and is seeking input from civil society organisations to share what they believe should be raised in the report. We are holding a series of online workshops in September and warmly invite charities, academics and other organisations to attend. The first workshop will be an introductory session to explain the reporting process and opportunities for influence. We will then have six thematic workshops looking at different areas, and are asking participants to share what they think the key issues are. The workshops are: Introductory workshop: Monday 14th September 10:00-11:30 Thematic Workshop 1 – Education: Tuesday 15th September, 10.00-11.00 Thematic Workshop 2 – Health: Tuesday 15th September 14:00-15:00 Thematic Workshop 3 – Alternative Care: Wednesday 16th September 14:30-15:30 Thematic Workshop 4 – Poverty: Thursday 17th September 10:00-11:00 Thematic Workshop 5 – Protection from Violence: Thursday 17th September 14:00-15:00 Thematic Workshop 6 – Play, Rest and Leisure: Friday 18th September 14:00-15:00 If you would like to attend any of these workshops, please contact Sarah@childcomjersey.org.je
Childline: 0800 1111
Childline is a free, private and confidential service where you (as a child or young person) can talk about anything. Whatever your worry, whenever you need help, Childline is available for you, online, on the phone, anytime.
Calls from Jersey may be chargeable from mobiles and the number will appear on your mobile bill. To call Childline free from Jersey, try using a landline or phone box.
You can find out how to contact Childline online by visiting their website here.
Childline is available:
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Children and Families Hub: 01534 519000
If you have a concern about a child in Jersey, please contact the Children and Families Hub.
You can also email the Hub at email@example.com
The Children and Families Hub working hours are 8:30am-5pm Monday to Thursday; and 8:30am-4:30pm on Friday.
An out-of-hours service will operate at other times: the duty social worker can be reached by calling the Hub (01534 519000) and selecting option 4 or via the Hospital Switchboard on 442000.
The Children and Families Hub also offers support, advice and information for families.