Podcast: Maggie Tuttle Speaks About Children Abused In Care

Published On July 15, 2013 | By Children Screaming To Be Heard |

Researching Reform interview with Maggie Tuttle, a tireless campaigner for the Voice of the Child in the care system.

In this interview we discuss children who have been abused in care, the possibly controversial revelation that 18 year old’s are legally allowed to foster, what it’s like for those children who end up running away from care homes and foster homes and living on the streets of London, Maggie’s own charity, Children Screaming to Be Heard, which she set up to provide an ingenious solution to help abused runaways and her petition to ask Downing Street to set up a monument for all the forgotten children who have been let down by the system or abused by those in charge of protecting them.

For a sneak peek at the No10 petition for the monument and to sign it, click here

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Click on the link below to hear the interview.

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