CHIP partner Celcis has launched a new research project to help make Children’s Hearings better for young people.
The Voice and Inclusion Project (VIP) has been set up for children and young people with care experience to come together to work with CELCIS (the Centre for Excellence for Children’s Care and Protection) so that they can find and create ways to improve the experiences of children and young people when they take part in a Hearing.
It’s a research project which means that the information, ideas, and ways to make things better will be shared with those who run the system and anyone who wants to know about Children’s Hearings.
So if you know a young person aged 12-26 who has been to a Children’s Hearing, please encourage them to get involved and engage with the Voice and Inclusion Project.
More information is available on the Celcis website.