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Voices for Children in Care

June 19, 2013 at 5:22 PM

Voices for Children in Care (VOCC)* is hosting two events, opportunities for young people in care and those who have recently left care to talk about their care and leaving care experiences and voice them to policy makers, the media and other influential people.

On 29th June a Fun Day will be held for the young people to meet each other and discuss issues they'd like to raise.

On 27th July, they will meet with the Hon Paula Bennett, Minister for Social Development, the media and other influential adults to put their ideas to them, with the goal of improving the lives of younger children in care.

It will cost approximately $80 to get each young person to both events and to feed and entertain them. The Dingwall Trust is generously hosting the events at the Dingwall Trust, 8 Dingwall Place, Papatoetoe, Manukau City 2025, Auckland.

More details here

Category: Community Notices