At the launch of the parliamentary report addressing children who go missing from care, several government officials, leaders of organisations and people working directly with young people shared their thoughts about the report.
The people who shared their thoughts include:
- Tim Loughton, the children's minister
- Matthew Reed, our Chief Executive
- Maggie Atkinson, the children's commissioner
- Ann Coffey, chair of the APPG for Runaway and Missing Children and Adults
- Debbie Jones, president of the Association of Directors of Children's Services Ltd (ADCS)
- Earl of Listowel, vice chair of the APPG for Looked After Children and Care Leavers
[UPDATE: Please read about the government's response to the report, which includes the incorporation of several recommendations made in the parliamentary report.]
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