Responsible communication

Our responsibilities as national communicators

Children and young people in care should have the best possible service, so representing our partnerships national identity positively is part of how we demonstrate this responsibility.

So whether we are preparing a PowerPoint presentation, an official publication or article, a letter, a communication via social media site, etc. please take care to follow our guidance.

Whenever we are preparing a national communication for our stakeholders it is especially important that we contact the partnership Chair and Vice Chairs. Their role is to help make sure all communications have the intended impact and outcome.

How to make contact:

If you have a request or query, please give details via the below feedback form and a member of the partnership will be in touch as soon as possible.

 

 

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