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Children’s Commissioner for Wales: What Now? 17/10/2018 [W]

Sally Holland is the Children’s Commissioner for Wales. Her role is to protect and promote the rights and welfare of children and to be the voice of children and young people in Wales. To do this effectively, she needs to know from children and young people, as well as those who work with them, what key areas of work she should focus on.

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This is what we’re calling the survey, which will inform the Commissioner’s 3 year plan. This means that the voices of children and young people will directly affect the work carried out by the Children’s Commissioner for Wales over the next few years.

Our survey is live now.

We want as many children and young people, adults, parents, carers, and professionals as possible to complete the survey. Please help them to share their views with us by encouraging them to complete the survey.

Where do I find it?

The survey can be found here. You will find many versions of the survey, including versions for younger children, adults and professionals.  You will also find a link to our accessible surveys for deaf children and young people or those with additional learning needs.

What will happen with the information?

After the survey closes on 11 November 2018, we’ll collate the information and let you know the results in early 2019.

Need more information?

Here you’ll find a series of frequently asked questions about the survey. If you cannot spot an answer to your question on here, please do contact us on post@childcomwales.org.uk or using our Freephone number: 0808 801 1000

Thank you and good luck!