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We are really pleased that our friend and mentor Pam was recognized in the Queens Birthday Honours recently. The inimitable Pam is a real asset to our charity; she is affectionately known to us as 'Super Pam' as her skills and abilities are out of this world.


A book by Mike Stein about the rights movement of young people in care has been published.

The book, published by Catch22, relates how, from 1973 young people came together to talk about their care, support each other and campaign to improve their lives in care. From the small beginnings of the Leeds Ad-lib group, the story tells how the word was spread by Who Cares?, the National Association of Young People in Care, Black and In Care, and currently by the campaigns of A National Voice.


Congratulations to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their wonderful wedding day. We asked some of our young people what they thought about it all and here's what they had to say:


We are delighted to announce that on the occasion of their marriage, Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton have selected A National Voice as one of their chosen charities to benefit from the Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund.

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