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People In Your Life: How's Our Info?

Posted by CLIConline from Anglesey - Published on 18/07/2014 at 15:19
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Yn Gymraeg // Welsh Version

Hi everyone, we’re moving on now in our CLIC info section review to People In Your Life.

The info section review is looking at whether our information is accurate, up-to-date and relevant to you, the readers and users of CLIConline and the CLIC Collective.

Rather than just us doing it we’re getting in some professionals who are specialists in each section and we’re also after feedback from you. We’ve already met with Safer Wales and Welsh Women’s Aid, and plan to meet more, but if you have recommendations for more organisations, especially if you’ve used them, then we’d love to hear from you. 

There’s three ways that you can feedback:

People In Your Life

This used to be called Family & Relationships and covers a wide-range of subjects including babies, being part of a family, social networking, young carers, domestic violence, friendships, being in care and lots in-between.

The whole section can be seen here - http://www.cliconline.co.uk/en/info/people-in-your-life/ - and it is currently broken down into 

So is our information on Friendships at 11-14 still relevant or is it naff? After the huge impact of BBC drama Murdered By My Boyfriend, do we need more info on healthy relationships? What about sexting? We’ve had articles on it, but should it be in the information section? Are there any gaps that badly need filling?

We would really like your feedback, either posted on the relevant section, on the Facebook group or if you would prefer to do it privately then you can email Sam@CLIConline.org.uk

All we’re asking is if you could spare a few minutes every once in a while to look at a couple of sections and let us know if the info is OK, if you have any changes to the text or if you know any relevant links or videos. This would be a massive help to us and to the young people of Wales.

Any and all feedback is most welcome.

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