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Similarly the figures cited for each of the three types of advocacy refer to funding that is specifically allocated for these purposes, however, some advocacy providers (notably AIMS and East Ayrshire Advocacy Service) provide a combination of advocacy types which the figures above do not account for, because the proportion of their budgets spent on each is not monitored.
Therefore the figure cited for 'individual' advocacy is disproportionately higher compared with 'citizen' and 'collective' than in real terms would be the case.
An application has been made for community funding.
In North Ayrshire, a worker has been seconded from the Council to develop an Advocacy Strategy for young people, the first draft of which has recently been completed, following wide consultation with children and young people in the region and other stakeholders.
The Advocacy Strategy Development Officer is funded through the Changing Children's Services fund to manage the implementation of the Young people's Advocacy Strategy and the North Ayrshire Youth Charter, and to employ a Young people's Advocacy and Rights Worker.
25,000 has been set aside towards the costs of developing the pilot project in line with the Strategy, with a further 6,000 sessional budget to employ staff to work with young people in developing their opportunities.*Does not include additional money being invested in children/young people's advocacy in North Ayrshire, as the provider has not been confirmed; nor money for Who Cares?
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