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Supporting Children in residential and Foster Care

by Working at The Prison Service, The Home Office, Barnardo's on Feb 04, 2014

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  • mitchegan35 Mitch Egan at Civil Servant Oh goodness - I'm now an ardent 'Slactivist' (assuming it means 'not using the superficial and easy method to fight for something you believe in') 2 months ago
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  • martinnarey Martin Narey at The Prison Service, The Home Office, Barnardo's Petitions can often sap energy. Whoever thought of the No 10 online petition service was a clever man or woman who must have known that the opportunity to sign online, on No 10's website, would draw protest from other more effective means. In the States there's a move away from petitions with some charities refusing to have anything to do with them They call it 'Slactivism' 2 months ago
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  • mitchegan35 Mitch Egan at Civil Servant A non-partisan and well-informed view. So unlike the petitions that invade my social media on a daily basis. 2 months ago
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