Corporate Parents have a legal duty to promote the interests of Care-Experienced people. This means taking action which will pursue advantages or benefits for an individual, or the population as a whole, whether through advocacy, by widening access to education or employment opportunities, tackling discrimination or upholding rights.
In the video below, Jayde talks about being at a disadvantage as she didn’t own a laptop while studying.
Your institution will have a Corporate Parenting action plan.
Find an example from your plan on how your institution plans to promote interests and make notes on how your role could contribute to this.