Children and young people have the right to be listened to on all matters affecting them so they can actively contribute to shaping their own lives and participate in the development of their communities. We encourage and support young people to have a voice and become active participants in decision-making processes. We are committed to listening to the young people we work with. Young people who have lost parental care or who are at risk of losing it can provide valuable insights into their own needs and experiences. They can make vital contributions to finding solutions to the challenges they face and help drive improvement in quality care for children. We also work to give young people opportunities to express their opinions directly to decision-makers and stakeholders.