September 29, 2021 Learning and Reflections, Minoritised voices & expertise by experience Learning and reflections from TCE on children and young people’s voices work PublicationBy Ellie Fairgrieve, Isabelle Brodie, Joseph Kiff In the second instalment of the TCE Podcast series, Ellie Fairgrieve (Head of Delivery at TCE) and Dr Isabelle Brodie (Research Fellow at the University of Bedfordshire) share their reflections on the priority work they have conducted on children and young person’s voices (CYP Voices). Insights gathered from the TCE Programme to date suggested that whilst there is recognition of the importance of children and young people’s views, it is not clear how this contributes to decision-making at a senior level within local areas regarding child exploitation and extra-familial harm. Therefore a key aim during the programme’s second year was to identify and share ways in which children and young people’s voices can be brought into the strategic discussion about child exploitation and extra-familial harm, specifically by senior leaders. TCE adopted an action research approach to work with children and young people and strategic leaders (i.e. incorporating a process of questions/research/reflection/implementation). This podcast is part of several resources that have been the output from TCE’s work – watch this space.