Our Annual Participation Programme invites Care Experienced members to help shape our main influencing priorities for the coming year. For the next 10 months, we will be covering 6 new themes!
What is the Annual Participation Calendar?
The Annual Participation Calendar contains all the opportunities across the year which you can choose to take part in to influence change. These opportunities are based on themes which are important to Care Experienced people and which policymakers need more real-life information about in order to make positive changes. It is up to you how much or how little you want to get involved!
The Annual Participation Programme invites all of our Care Experienced members to get involved. Not a member yet? You can sign up here!
You can take part in these themes by:
Survey – We will send out links to an online survey at the beginning of each theme.
Local Group Session – You can ask your group if they want to discuss one of the themes in your weekly or monthly groups.
Focus group – We’ll send dates and times of focus groups so you can discuss the themes with other Care Experienced people.
Other work – You might have a letter, poem or a song about one of the themes you would like to have included in our work on a specific theme Please send anything you feel is relevant to email@example.com by the end of the theme’s engagement window (see the calendar above).
Each theme will have a specific time where we will be running participation activities. Please keep an eye out on social media and in your email from Who Cares? Scotland for links to surveys and dates of focus groups.
You can learn more about the Annual Participation Programme from your NRB Representative Marissa Roxburgh
How’s this information used?
At the end of each theme the Policy team at WC?S, alongside your National Representative Body, will spend a couple of weeks analysing and writing up reports/ briefings/ position papers/ videos to be sent to the various people in Government, Corporate Parents and The Promise. We will then send you summaries of what you told us, the findings and recommendations via emails and notices on social media. Please keep an eye out for these updates!
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