Treat care leavers with more empathy, business and education leaders urged

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Care leavers must be shown more empathy by education and business leaders to increase opportunities for vulnerable young people, organisations supporting care leavers have said.

Care leavers should be entitled to extended stays in university accomodation, signatories to the Care Leaver Covenant say. Picture: Adobe Stock
Care leavers should be entitled to extended stays in university accomodation, signatories to the Care Leaver Covenant say. Picture: Adobe Stock

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