Each & Every Child
Each and Every Child is a new initiative to change hearts and minds on care experience in Scotland. It aims to create a fresh, inspiring narrative to shift public attitudes and improve life chances of children, young people and their families.
About Each & Every Child
How we talk about care experience matters.
Each and Every Child is about telling a new story. This story looks to build and improve public support for the progressive vision outlined in The Promise’s Plan 21-24.
To help with this challenge, Each & Every Child looks to change how we speak about care experience, using framing recommendations from the FrameWorks Institute’s research into public attitudes to care experience in Scotland.
Each & Every Child has produced an easy, accessible toolkit that explains what framing is, why we need to use it, and how you can put it into action yourself.
It is time for change, it is time to tell this new story. Together.
In the video below, Each and Every Child Programme Director Claire O’Hara introduces what is meant by ‘framing’, and how everyone can get involved…
Senior Development Officer (The Promise)
Podcasts from Each & Every Child
Episode 1 – Why We Frame Our Stories – with James Docherty and Roseanna Campbell
Episode two – using the framing recommendations with Oisín King and Jimmy Paul
Episode 3 – Bringing In Context and Speaking About Solutions with Chelbi Hillan, Roseanna Campbell & Oisín King
News and updates from The Promise
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One Parent Families Scotland publishes ‘Poverty-proofing for families in or on the edges of care’ report
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