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Sir Max Hill KCB KC listening to care-experienced young peoples' opinions in Parliament

Drive Forward Foundation Welcomes Sir Max Hill KCB KC as New Chair of Trustees 

Drive Forward Foundation, the leading charity supporting care-experienced young people in securing employment and achieving financial independence, is delighted to announce the appointment of distinguished barrister Sir Max Hill KCB KC as its new Chair of Trustees.

Sir Max brings an exceptional wealth of experience and passion to Drive Forward Foundation, having dedicated his career to championing justice and advocating for vulnerable individuals. His outstanding legal acumen, leadership skills, and unwavering commitment to youth empowerment make him an ideal leader for Drive Forward.

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Press Release: New practical guide for lawyers to help reduce the over-criminalisation of care experienced children and young adults

Over the last couple of years, the Drive Forward’s Care Experienced Policy Forum has been working with youth justice experts to create a new guide for lawyers to use when representing care experienced young people. The guide has been completed in collaboration with the Transition to Adulthood Alliance, Child Rights & Youth Justice, Garden Court Chambers and the Youth Justice Legal Centre.

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PRESS RELEASE welcoming government’s announcement that it will protect care leavers during Covid-19

PRESS RELEASE Leading care leaver charity Drive Forward Foundation welcomes the government’s announcement that it will do more to protect care leavers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Martha Wansbrough, the founder of the Drive Forward Foundation, said: ‘Young people taken into the care system are some of the most vulnerable members of our society and so

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