NUS Scotland President calls for care experience to be considered within widening access initiatives
The 21st May will be a busy day for everyone at Who Cares?Scotland, as the 'Time to [act]' event takes place at the University of the West of Scotland followed by our 37th Annual General Meeting. Who Cares? Scotland...
New funding announced by The Life Changes Trust will ‘revolutionise’ how care experienced young people participate in local decision making processes, according to a recent Herald article.
Who Cares? Scotland is to host its annual AGM at this year’s ‘Time to [act]’ event on Thursday 21st May. The 2015 AGM will also mark the official announcement of The Care Council.
Who Cares? Scotland is proud to announce it will host the first Care 4 Culture Café as part of this year’s Refugee Festival Scotland. The event will be a celebration of cultural diversity, bringing together young people with a shared experience of growing up in the Scottish care system
Glasgow Herald social affairs correspondent Stephen Naysmith highlights importance of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 for care experienced children in Scotland.
Changes to provide more support for young people in care commences Extra support and greater rights for children and young people in care come into effect today (Wednesday).
The day care changes forever... Today Scotland’s care experienced young people are given a much needed lifeline with the commencement of the Children and Young People Act (Scotland) 2014, parts 9, 10 and 11. See the Scottish Government news...
The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) pledges its support for the Scotland’s care experienced population and Who Cares? Scotland’s ‘Listen-Act-Unite’ campaign.
Duncan Dunlop, Chief Executive of Who Cares? Scotland, wrote about the importance of Independent Advocacy for The Scotsman. The article highlights the need to make access to Independent Advocacy a legislative right for children and young people in care in Scotland.