1000 Voices is a way for care experienced people to share their views, ideas, hopes and dreams about how Scotland can provide the most stable and loving environment to enable children and young people to thrive.
Click here to find out more about how the 1000 Voice campaign secured commitment from the First Minister.
How does it link to the Independent Care Review?
The Chair of the Independent Care Review, Fiona Duncan, has commissioned Who Cares? Scotland to undertake the 1000 Voices Project.
Who Cares? Scotland will work with care experienced individuals as well as organisations who support them, to help as many voices be heard. These voices will directly inform the evidence which the Chair of the Care Review, Fiona Duncan, will use with her Review Team. This evidence and the review of it, will help the review to determine how Scotland’s care system can provide the best experience for children and young people dependent on it.
Click here to visit the Care Review website.
How can your voice be be heard?
If you want to be one of those voices then fill out this form to let us know that you’re interested.
If you already have a Who Cares? Scotland worker or are involved in Who Cares? Scotland participation activities – then speak to them about sharing your voice.
If you are an organisation that wants to support groups of young people to have their voices heard, please call us on 0141 226 4441 or send an email directly to Carly Edgar, 1000 Voices Programme Manager.