To mark Refugee Week 2023, 21-year-old Sudanese refugee, Kadim has shared his thoughts on why there are so many refugees, the challenges they face and what needs to change to make the world a safer, more equal place to live for everyone.
This week the Scottish Government held a debate on education, following publication of the report of the National Discussion on Education. While we welcome the report, we would like to see more focus on Care Experienced learners in the recommendations.
Today, UCAS released its new report, ‘What is the experience of students from a care background in education?’. Read our comment on it.
Melissa Craib gives her review of The April Dead by Scottish Care Experienced writer, Alan Parks.
Duncan Dunlop, Chief Executive of Who Cares? Scotland, comments on the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill – 2nd April 2020
Megan Sutherland, Vice-chair of Who Cares? Scotland, responds to BBC’s “Only An Excuse” sketch show.
Duncan Dunlop, Chief Executive Officer, comments on the latest investigation into the use of secure accommodation in Scotland
Who Cares? Scotland comment on recent figures highlighting the number of missing people in care
On National Care Day, Scottish Women’s Football has announced the launch of their newest charity partner, Who Cares? Scotland.
Who Cares? Scotland and the Children & Young People Commissioner today have launched new resources for those leaving care
Duncan Dunlop comments on Fiona Duncan’s announcement regarding the Care Review
Duncan Dunlop, Chief Executive of Who Cares? Scotland, comments on the recent news of premature deaths in the Care Experienced community.
Ahead of the debate on “Improving the Care Experience of Looked After Children” led by the Minister for Child Care and Early Years, Mark McDonald, Who Cares? Scotland prepared this brief for all members of the Scottish Parliament.
Duncan Dunlop, Chief Executive of Who Cares? Scotland, responds to the new named person legislation
Duncan Dunlop, Chief Executive of Who Cares? Scotland, launches election manifesto