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Giving young disabled people a voice in decision making

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Ofsted good practice example showing how The Young Disabled Champions ensure all young disabled people have a voice in Birmingam.

Documents

Birmingham City Council - good practice example.pdf

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The Young Disabled Champions are a group of young people who are ambassadors for children and young people with disabilities in Birmingham. They work very effectively to ensure all young disabled people have a voice, are listened to and influence strategic decision-making and processes across the city.