Latest Who Cares? Scotland News

Who Cares? Scotland Calls For Votes At 16

Who Cares? Scotland is proud to join an alliance of Scottish charities calling for Votes at 16. You can read the statement that we have signed below and see a report in the Daily Record, Scotland will...


Posted on 13 Oct 2014

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Advocacy support for children in the hearing's system

Who Cares? Scotland welcomes announcement on advocacy support for children in the hearing's system In the budget annoucement on 9th October, the 2015/16 policy priority to provice advocay support for children in the heargin's system was announced. ...


Posted on 10 Oct 2014

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National Care Leavers' Week

Who Cares? Scotland will be hosting and supporting a range of activities taking place all over Scotland for National Care Leavers Week. You can check for events happening near you on our calendar. If you would like to...


Posted on 01 Oct 2014

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'Are looked after children being denied a voice?' asks TES article

An investigation has been launched into claims that councils are not allowing children in care their legal right to a say in decisions that affect their education. Mr Blair said ministers wanted to ensure that every looked-after child had...


Posted on 07 Sep 2014

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'We are seeing a movement awaken' Says TES article on care experienced young people

But more must be done to help children in care, MSPs told Children in care in Scotland are finally finding their voice in the way that women’s liberation, anti-racism and gay rights movements did in the past, Parliament has...


Posted on 07 Sep 2014

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Who Cares? Scotland teams up with AquAid.

We at Who Cares? Scotland, are aware that keeping our staff members hydrated will aid them to perform at their very best throughout the work day. As a result, we decided to invest in http://www.aquaidwatercoolers.co.uk watercoolers from AquAid. Our unique...


Posted on 05 Sep 2014

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CHS signs the 'Pledge2Listen'

Another prominent third sector organisation takes the pledge. 


Posted on 03 Jul 2014

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Moray College UHI Vows to Support Young People Leaving Care

Moray College UHI shows their commitment to Scotland's care leavers by signing the pledge2listen.


Posted on 30 Jun 2014

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Continue to care campaign wins Cracking Campaign award at SCVO Awards 2014

On Thursday 5th June at the SCVO Charity Awards 2014, Who Cares? Scotland and coalition partners Barnardos Scotland and Aberlour Care Trust won the heavily contested 'Cracking Campaign' award 2014.  This was in recognition of the success of the...


Posted on 08 Jun 2014

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Young people in care could miss chance to vote

Read Stephen Naysmith's article from The Herald...


Posted on 30 May 2014

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