Cumberland Council votes to make care experience a protected characteristic

Fiona Simpson
Monday, August 1, 2022

A new local authority is the first to pass a motion to protect people with care experience from discrimination following a recommendation made in the Care Review.

Cumberland Council voted unanimously to pass the motion. Picture: Emma Williamson/Twitter
Cumberland Council voted unanimously to pass the motion. Picture: Emma Williamson/Twitter

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