Group speaks up for those in care;In brief

2nd July 1999 at 01:00
Children in local authority care and those who have left it are to get a new advocacy group called A National Voice, funded by the Department of Health. The aim is to give young people a bigger say in running the care system. One of the first tasks will be to create regional forums.

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