Filtered by month: March

Chance to Stay – the highs and the lows, and funny bits in between

Posted by Rhea Stevens /

Thursday 27 March 2014 / Chance to stay, Participation, Children in care
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The young people who led Chance to Stay – Cyfle I Aros have been talking about their memories of the campaign: the highs and the lows and the laughs.

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Why is child neglect the scandal that never breaks?

Posted by Hannah Dobbin /

Tuesday 25 March 2014 / Child neglect

Our report – Child neglect: the scandal that never breaks – sets out the barriers to tackling neglect and what needs to be done.

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Success! Together we have changed the law in Wales so that young people in foster care have the Chance to Stay

Posted by Rhea Stevens /

Wednesday 19 March 2014 / Chance to stay, Children in care, Participation

“A big thank you to everyone who took part in such an amazing campaign. We should all be proud.....WEVE DONE IT!" That’s the message one of our young campaigners sent last night, after Assembly Members in Wales voted unanimously to strengthen the law to give young people in foster care the chance to stay until they are 21.

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Delivering your messages direct

Posted by Rhea Stevens /

Friday 14 March 2014 / Chance to stay, Children in care

Today we delivered all your messages about why a Chance to Stay matters so much to Gwenda Thomas AM.

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Dear Assembly Members

Posted by James Blair /

Wednesday 12 March 2014 / Chance to stay, Children in care

Who's running our campaign to let young people have the Chance to Stay with their foster families? Young people of course. They've driven the campaign from the start. Ahead of a vote to strengthen the rules on giving a Chance to Stay and to make more money available, the young people have written to all Assembly Members. They want to make sure AMs understand how important this is to fostered young people and, well read for yourself...

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Guest blog: how we helped protect the welfare of children in family courts

Posted by Kristen Anderson /

Thursday 06 March 2014 / Children's rights

We’ve made sure that the welfare of the child remains the paramount consideration when decisions are made about their care after their parents break up. I want to share with you information about our campaign to ensure that this important protection for children stays in place and why it’s so important.

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