WC?S announces the return of Care Experienced History Month for 2022, focusing on a lecture series about the Untold Stories of Care.
Kenny Murray talks about creating the “Who Are We?” project to shape the future of Tracy Beaker.
Thomas and Marissa, WC?S members and members of the National Representative Body (NRB), caught up with our Chief Executive, Louise Hunter, in March 2022 to find out what she’d been up to.
To celebrate the return of Tracy Beaker to our screens we caught up with the author, Jacqueline Wilson.
Who Cares? Scotland launches a national campaign that aims to end the discrimination that young people in care face.
Nicole Bain talks about finding her campaigning voice by taking our Empowerment Sessions on the road as part of Care Leavers Week 2016.
Former WC?S Policy Assistant, Lynzy Hanvidge talks about going to Nothern Ireland to attend a political hustings as part of a Care Experienced panel.
Our former Chief Executive, Duncan Dunlop discusses a trip he took to New Zealand in 2016 to oversee a review of their National Child Youth and Family Agency.
Care Experienced member, Callum Lynch talks about his care journey, The Care Commission and going to Harvard.
Dionne Mcnicol talks about what it is like to be a Care Experienced member of staff at Who Cares? Scotland.
Former Director of Influencing, Claudia MacDonald reflects on WC?S’s relationship with the Scottish Government in 2016.
Glasgow City Chambers have lit up their building using the Who Cares? Scotland tartan to mark Care Day 2016.
Former Member of Scottish Parliament,
Aileen Campbell reflects on Care Day 2016.