How the many small differences in looked-after children’s lives shape the inequalities they face as adults

By Sacha Samms I was a looked-after child on and off throughout my teenage years. I was also a social worker for over 10 years working in a variety of settings, where at times I felt like a double agent. Being an insider to the care system, someone who has been ‘social worked’, allows for a […]

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