Children 1st will #KeepThePromise says Mary Glasgow
After listening to the views of thousands of children and young people, The Care Review have published five reports today to identify and deliver lasting change in Scotland's care system.
Mary Glasgow, Chief Executive, Children 1st, Scotland’s national children’s charity said: “At the heart of the Care Review recommendations is the understanding that loving, stable and safe relationships, with those closest to them, are what gives children the foundation they need for life.
“The Care Review have done an incredible job to ensure children’s voices are at the centre of all its work. We recognise the courageous contribution made by all those who have shaped the Care Review, over the last three years, especially the children and young people who have shared their experiences, the Chair Fiona Duncan and the wider Review team.
“Children 1st is joining the country in making a promise to today’s children and to future generations of children and their families. Our promise is to do whatever it takes to make sure that children and families get the support they need at the earliest possible stage to stay together, wherever possible, and that most importantly their voices actively shape decisions about their future.”
You can read the reports on the Care Review website.