In this episode we speak with Simulata Pope a fierce advocate and activist who work for VOYCE Whakarongo Mai, an organization that provides support and advocacy for children and young people within the care system. We discuss how the Care and Justice system are acting as a pipe-line into homelessness for young people, and explore what can change (at both a system, policy and community level) to address this.
When Lambs Are Silent is a movement championing the belief that change is possible and seeking to challenge the dominate narratives in our culture. Join us as we unpack what this is all about. You can also join the conversation by following us on Facebook,Instagram, and Twitter. The music in this episode is from the Album Dissonance by Jess Jackson and Leon ShelleyJoin the conversation by following us on FB, Insta, WordPress or Twitter. For more great music from Jess Jackson and Leon Shelley download Dissonance on Spotify.
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