Councillors across UK back call to make care experience a protected characteristic

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, May 11, 2022

A campaign for care experience to become a protected characteristic in law has been backed by 25 councillors who won seats in the recent local elections.

Cumberland Council's deputy leader Emma Williamson is among those backing the campaign. Picture: Emma Williamson/Twitter
Cumberland Council's deputy leader Emma Williamson is among those backing the campaign. Picture: Emma Williamson/Twitter

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