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How children and young people are feeding in to the Citizen’s Panel for Social Services in Wales

Participation Cymru seems to be doing well in getting views from young people on social services. Dyfrig Williams introduces us to one young carer who manages to find time to help run a young carers’ group and has had some

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Participatory websites – what does good practice look like?

Dyfrig Williams of Participation Cymru is on a task and finish group for an online hub for social services in Wales. Find out what he considers good practice in online engagement as he examines how websites can help people to

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Citizen’s panels for Social Services in Wales

A brief post about the progress of creating forums that allow representative opinions of current issues around social services to be collected. Citizen’s panels for Social Services in Wales by Participation Cymru

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I Matter, We Matter

Dyfrig Williams writes about running the first Citizen Panel for Social Services in South East Wales and asking questions about what matters to people so that out comes for social services can be defined. I Matter, We Matter by Dyfrig

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