rencontre femme pour mariage france pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Listen Up: Adult care leavers speak out, Care Leavers Association, 2010

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CLA 10 Listen Up Adult Care Leavers Speak Out 2010.pdf

This report has been written by care leavers on the lives of care leavers for care leavers. Based on a survey of 310 care leavers aged from 17 to 78, it reveals the experiences of care leavers throughout the lifecourse.

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EPIC 12 My voice has to be heard Summary 2012.pdf

This summary report details a research study which focused on young people's outcomes at the critical time of preparing to or having recently left care. The primary aim of the research was to examine to what extent young people's needs changed over time and to identify factors associated with more positive outcomes.



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EPIC 12 My voice has to be heard JUN 12.pdf

This report details a research study which focused on young people's outcomes at the critical time of preparing to or having recently left care. The primary aim of the research was to examine to what extent young people's needs changed over time and to identify factors associated with more positive outcomes.

This research study aims to answer three main research questions - What are the needs and circumstances of young people aged 17-18 who leave care in North Dublin? What factors are associated with more positive outcomes for young people? What are young people’s experiences of receiving aftercare supports? A summary report is available.

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CRD 06 Placements, decisions and reviews 2006.pdf

In this 2006 report, children and young people using care services say they are not asked enough about the key decisions that affect their lives. The children say they should have more information to help them choose a suitable placement, the chance to check out their placement first and the support to change their placement if it does not work.

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ANV 07 ABSTRACT Please sir Can I have some more.pdf

This abstract provides details about a report which outlines young people's views on barriers to education for both those in care and care leavers.  It includes what types of support helped them and what support is needed.

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CLC 16 Promoting & protecting rights secure care JAN 16.pdf

This report provides details of the Children's Law Centre consultation with young people in Lakewood Regional Secure Centre about their care experiences.

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A4CS 17 Scotlands Care System ABSTRACT 2017.docx

Explores what care experienced children and young people think about Scotland's care system. Almost 500 children and young people supported by Action for Children in Scotland said that the care system should provide: the right to live in a safe, secure and happy environment underpinned by positive relationships; and the right to be able to live independently, but with the comfort of knowing that support is available during transitional moments in their lives.

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BAR 05 A study of sexual exploitation APR 05.pdf

This study details the experiences and knowledge of sexual exploitation amongst looked after and accommodated young people in and around the Glasgow area. It follows up on a previous study that asked adults working with young people what they knew about sexual exploitation of looked after young people.

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OCC 15 State of the nation ABSTRACT JUL 15.docx

This abstract provides details of the Children’s Commissioner for England's first State of the Nation report into aspects of children’s lives. It focuses on the experiences of children in care and care leavers.

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WCS 13 Strategy for children's residential care consultation 8 Feb 13.pdf

As part of Scotland Excel’s consultation on proposals for a Residential Child Care Strategy, Who Cares? Scotland, were commissioned to find out what young people’s experiences were, of the services they were receiving. Children and young people feel they benefit from their residential care experience, citing a range of areas in which they feel they have improved.

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OFS 14 Telling health staff who is in care MAR 14.pdf

This report gives children’s views on recent proposals for information about whether a child has a child protection plan, or is in care, to be accessible to emergency and out of hours health staff through the NHS computer system.

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CRD14ThechildrenviewsdigestMAR14.pdf

Roger Morgan's last report of children’s views as Children’s Rights Director, summarising the views and experiences children given in the statutory consultations between 2004 and 2014. It is intended as a ‘digest’ in one place of the children’s views on many rights, welfare and safeguarding subjects.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | This isn't the road I want to go down: Young people's perceptions and experiences of secure care, Who Cares? Scotland, 2008

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WCS 08 This isn't the road I want to go down DEC 08.pdf

This consultation sought to map young people's secure journey - their experiences and views of secure care from admission through to final discharge, including the transition from secure care and the services they received to assist them in that transition. It centred on four broad themes intended to elicit young people's individual experiences and perceptions regarding admission to secure care, time in secure care, exit from secure care, and reflections once left secure care.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Voices from Care Leavers ABSTRACT, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, June 2013

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NIACE 13 Voices of Care Leavers abstract JUN 13.pdf

This abstract details a publication which highlights eleven stories written by care leavers who share their experiences about what has and hasn’t worked in supporting and inspiring them to engage in learning. Each story includes insightful reflections about the services that support them and how support could be improved to better the experiences and lives of young people in care.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | What makes a good children's home? The Children's List, Children's Rights Director, December 2013

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CRD 13 Changing Childrens Homes GOOD Homes criteria DEC 13.pdf

As part of the children's views report Changing Children's Homes, children were asked what criteria makes a children's home into a good children's home. 

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Young people in care highlight problems in education, Felicity Templeton, January 2003

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CCIP 03 ABSTRACT Young people in care highlight problems in education JAN 03.pdf

This abstract of a research update published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 9.1 (January 2003) discusses Branded A Problem?.  This research was published in 2002 and highlighted how being in care can affect young people's education in Northern Ireland.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLES' & CARERS' VIEWS | The Poor Relations? Children & Informal Kinship Carers Speak Out, University of Bristol, April 2013

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UOB 13 The Poor Relations APR 13.pdf

This report examines the child’s perspective of living in an informal kinship care setting and the views of their carers.   It provides insights into how well, both emotionally and academically, these children are doing, how this compares with children in the formal care system and what impact such arrangements have on both children and carers. It also gives an authoritative account of the financial hardship, sacrifice, isolation and the cost to health of the relatives bringing up children across the UK with little or no statutory support – often at very little notice.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLES' VIEWS | Nothing has convinced me to stop: Young people's perceptions and experiences of persistent offending, Who Cares? Scotland, 2008

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WCS 08 Nothing has convinced me to stop DEC 08.pdf

This consultation explored the views and experiences of young people living in residential care (including secure and young offender institutions) on how and why they became persistent offenders, including what caused their offending behaviour to escalate and what helped them to reduce or indeed to stop offending.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLES' VIEWS | What young people think...and why it is important to us, TACT, 2015

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TACT 15 What young people think 2015.pdf

This reports the findings of a survey of young people in the care of TACT foster carers in England, Scotland and Wales. 84 young people (aged 9-18) were interviewed to find out their views on themed issues such as: What young people feel about belonging and the difference it makes; Being heard and expressing opinions – what it means to young people when adults listen to them; Boundaries – why young people value support, encouragement and rules for living; Managing adolescence – the issues that matter to young people and how well they feel they are being managed; Care as a positive place to be – what makes TACT carers and services special.

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