The Weekly News Roundup – 28/11/22

Care Experienced news stories from 21st - 28th of November. The news has been quiet this week. The main focus has been on the lack of foster carers in Scotland and the UK in general.

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Here’s your news from across the UK:

Glasgow Live has written an article about our volunteer driver recruitment and more widely our Christmas activities –

Last Wednesday MPs held a general debate on the Independent Care Review –

A campaign is calling on 16 & 17-year-olds to share what care means to them as part of their work to end the use of unregulated accommodation –

Devon County Council has used the John Lewis ad as inspiration for their own fostering advert –

Scotland is in dire need of more foster carers.

Rising fears for children in need as foster services face fresh pressure – The Sunday Post

Here’s your news from the rest of the world:

A New York Times piece about racism in the child welfare system.

The plight of two boys in out-of-home care in New South Wales, Australia has been detailed in a court case that has sparked an urgent government review of the care sector.

Left hungry and too cold to go to school: urgent – One News Page

Check back next Monday for your next weekly news update!