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Dawn Williams talks to researcher Chloe Juliette, and Tom Elkins from PhotoVoice. Today we ask the question: what tools might we use to best advocate for and influence change for care-experienced young people?
Findings from a study into the impact of lockdown on Children in Care Councils in the North East.
A review of key literature on participation by Children in Care Councils.
A review of existing research into the impact of COVID-19 on supervised contact time with family for care-experienced children and young people.
Dawn Williams is joined by Creative Facilitator, Mary Robson, to discuss the importance of reflective practice.
Dawn Williams is joined by Professor Richard Rose of Life Story Work International and experienced Therapeutic Life Story Worker: Lynda Gallagher to discuss the "More About Me" stage of the Creative Life Story Work process.
Dawn Williams is joined by researcher: Dr Delyth Edwards and artist: Lisette Auton to discuss the ethics of storytelling.
Grace Lockrobin, Director of Thinking Space and Professor Richard Rose, Director of Theraputic Life Story International talk about the power of the story and the role it plays when children are trying to make sense of their lives.
In our second episode, our host Dawn Williams finds out from artists working on Blue Cabin’s Creative Life Story Work programme how they approach the work.
The Creative Life Story Work Podcast explores how a creative approach to life story work can help children and young people who have been in care make sense of their past, and build a brighter future.