What #myvoicematters means to me

CORC are leading young people’s participation in the evaluation of Kailo, an initiative addressing the root causes of young people’s mental health by co-designing community responses. The Kailo Young People’s Advisory Groups (YPAGs) meet every month and contribute to the evaluation in multiple ways, including through reviewing findings, designing interviews, and co-facilitating focus groups.

Our Research in Participation Officer, Rachael Stemp, asked Newham YPAG member Lereece to share her thoughts on what “My Voice Matters” means to her. The below are her own words:

Lereece P.

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