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Making a Difference: Young People Speak to Scottish Ministers About their Priorities for the National Domestic Abuse Delivery Plan for Children and Young People

Making a Difference Report

This was written in collaboration with Scottish Women's Aid, as part of the work of the Scottish National Domestic Abuse Delivery Group to ensure the participation of children and young people in the development of the National Domestic Abuse Delivery Plan for Children and Young People in 2008.

The report is based on a meeting that took place between six young people with experience of domestic abuse and three Scottish Ministers. The meeting took place so that young people could express what they felt were priorities for action to help children affected by domestic abuse. They also discussed the importance of young people's participation in government.

 

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