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Advocacy

What is advocacy?

Advocacy is about helping you to get your voice heard.

What is an advocate?

An advocate is somebody independent who listens to your point of view and can help you in situations when you don’t feel able to say what you think.

You can choose who you want your advocate to be. It can be someone who you know and trust and feel comfortable with to help you say what you think.

How can I get and advocate?

You can ask your  social worker, your IRO or your foster carer to help you get an advocate or you can you can contact Voice, the advocacy service for young people on tel. 0808 800 5792

For more information see http://www.voiceyp.org/young-peoples-zone/advocacy-getting-help

Advocacy Blog

Send a question or a message about your experience of advocacy to our Advocacy Blog

http://www.backchatonline.org.uk/blogs/advocacy/blog_articles

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