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Let’s stamp stigma out for care experienced once and for all
Guest Joe Rankin of the Nevis Group discusses the need to stamp out stigma for those with care experience.
Child migrants around the world are being denied their human rights
This article was first published on The Conversation on 24 May 2019
‘Children have a right to education – regardless of immigration status’
This article was first published by TES on the support teachers can offer unaccompanied and separated children.
PACE is changing
Carol Wassell, Permanence and Care Excellence programme lead at CELCIS, provides an update on a programme of work which is making lasting and profound…
Human connections that change lives
To mark World Social Work Day, Janine Fraser, a Social Work Team Leader for Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership in North East Glasgow, reflects on…
Dr Chrissie Gale, CELCIS international lead, argues that we need agencies to unite with one voice if we want to uphold children’s rights internationally.
Care experience at Christmas
In this blog post, Alastair Redpath, Co-Chair of the Independent Care Review’s Stigma Work Group, considers why Christmas might not be all joy and cheer for…
Caring about care means being ready to change
John Ryan reflects on the fight to continue to do best by Scotland’s children.
"I just want to be normal": looked after young people's experiences of feeling different
Professor Julie Selwyn, from the University of Bristol, and Dr Claire Baker from Corum Voice talk about the Bright Spots programme looking at young people's…
It’s okay to not be okay
Laura Sharpe from See Me to talks about the results of a survey looking at the mental health of young people in Scotland.