Failure to Care Debate Exclusive - Channel 4’s not so Public Debate
Channel 4 12th May saw a variety in attendence for the failure to care public debate which was organised as part of Channel 4’s season based on the care system. Complaints are already coming through at the horror the Channel 4 public debate was not so public on producing the video available on their website, which has completely cut out the public’s questions and edited the panels response to look good in the public domain giving an unfair representation of that debate. It is unreasonable to invite the public that consists of careleavers, adopted parents, children in care, organisation owners and more to a public debate that should be giving them a voice and then cuts them out. The question is, how different are Channel 4 to the very care system they are supposed to be highlighting that strips children in care of their voice?
To view Channel 4’s not so public debate please click Failure to Care Debate
If you took part in Channel 4’s failure to care public debate and put questions forward can you please contact us immediatly on email@example.com
There will be our own exclusive article on this not so public debate coming shortly
We are also going to do our own public debate including professionals and look forward to hearing from anyone interested in contacting us if you wish to take part in the public debate.
The No2abuse failure to care rebuttle public debate will take place in Westminster’s committee rooms and has already been agreed. We have one MP who will be sat on the panel.
Our very own Natasha Phillips will be chairing the debate.
We will keep you informed of this event and anyone wishing to attend needs to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Places will be limited so book your places now