Five Star Interim Report - January 2020

Our Five-Star interim report and recommendations to Government

In November 2019, together with Home for Good, Baroness Sherlock kindly hosted a gathering in the House of Lords whereby a group of experts – including care-experienced advocates – met and discussed ways to end the use of inappropriate accommodation for children in care. Through our learning from this event and following consultation with many others, we have produced an interim report as part of the Five Star campaign which makes recommendations to the Government.

You can read the report here.

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