Why participation is brilliant

This blog post is my last piece of work for Participation Cymru, and I just want to say a big thank you to everyone I’ve worked with over the last three years.  My colleagues at Participation Cymru are incredibly committed individuals. It’s been inspiring watching my fellow staff work their socks off, which as a Read more about Why participation is brilliant[…]

How children and young people are feeding in to the Citizen’s Panel for Social Services in Wales

The second round of meetings of the Citizen Panel for Social Services in Wales have now taken place. There are adult panels in the North, South East and South West Wales, and we’re also working with children and young people around Wales who are affected by the way that social services are delivered. The views Read more about How children and young people are feeding in to the Citizen’s Panel for Social Services in Wales[…]

Citizen’s Panels for Social Services in Wales

Gwenda Thomas AM, the Deputy Minister for Children and Social Services, has now officially launched the Citizen’s Panels for Social Services. The panels will bring together people of an even geographical and age spread, who will meet quarterly to inform the Deputy Minister and her National Social Services Partnership Forum of their opinions of current issues Read more about Citizen’s Panels for Social Services in Wales[…]

I Matter, We Matter

Last week we ran our first of the Citizen Panel for Social Services in South East Wales. There are two more panel meetings to run this month, one in the South West and another in North Wales, and we’ll be sharing more information about their role and what they’re doing as soon as these panels Read more about I Matter, We Matter[…]

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