We recently invited Fiona Duncan, Chair at The Promise, to join us at Transitions and share her story.
Dominic Campbell: I can quite honestly say, despite all of the travelling I do and all of the people I meet from government around the world, our next guest is probably the person who’s has the most significant and possibly most visceral impact on the way I think about the work we all do. How I see what’s achievable and how you can truly bring people together and a really unbelievable level of change across a system to tackle the biggest possible challenges in our society.
I’m sure she’ll really thank me for that welcome, as that’s put a bit of pressure on Fiona. But I mean every word of it and I’m so grateful that she’s able to join us today to share her story.
I want to thank you for inviting me to speak today and I’m going to start with a picture that was taken in October 2016. And for those of you who follow Scottish politics, you’ll see right at the very front we have Scotland’s First Minister. This picture was taken at the October 2016 Scottish National Party conference where the First Minister made a promise to a group of care experienced children and young people.