Takeaways from the Convention. E-Certificate for participation are available on request. Meaningful improvements for children and youth growing up in care can only be made in partnership with Care Leavers who have experience with the care system. The need of the hour is to hear the unheard voices of Care Leavers and provide them a platform to improve the support and opportunities available to them, especially considering the care system exists for their benefit. The objective of the Convention is to bring Care Leavers together and provide them with a platform to emerge to learn, share and exchange experiences, knowledge and challenges on their situation such that it accentuate their voices and attracts the attention of decision makers to act upon their demands through betterment of the policy and practice related to them. Case Studies Report.
International Care Leavers Convention, a virtual event scheduled for November is poised to raise awareness and catalyse change, both at a national and international level and nearly delegates from over 68 countries are registered to participate ranging from Care Leavers to policymakers and researchers to address this matter. The first-of-its-kind global forum registers the humanitarian, social and economic urgency of bolstering facilities for Care Leavers, a global generation of youth growing up without parental care. Across the globe, there are tens of thousands of at-risk Care Leavers, who face the brunt of ill-implemented policies,that do not take into consideration their needs as they transition from Care facilities. The Care Leavers interviewed in this study drew an average monthly salary of INR 7, - 8, which is lower than the minimum wages for unskilled labour across states. In addition to the potential humanitarian crises perpetuated by the lack of proper Aftercare policies, Care Leavers represent a resource of untapped intellectual capital that represents a compounding economic cost. The situation has been further exacerbated by the Covid pandemic, which has left the already-vulnerable youth at further risk of physical, financial and social harm.
This online forum will provide attendees with the opportunity to explore innovative ways of coordinating care to improve outcomes for looked after children and care leavers. Find out more about our new online experience. This guidance sets out the legal responsibilities of local authorities, schools, health services and voluntary organisations to encourage these organisations to work in partnership to deliver the best level of care to improve the outcomes of looked after children. It is vital that care providers are working together to safeguard looked after children and care leavers to ensure they have the best chance in life.
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