Chloe Juliette started out in community arts alongside government co-production projects focused on developing social care policy. She is now a qualitative research and engagement practitioner, enabling the public and service users to feed into policy decisions. She is a passionate and active member of the care experienced community, having recently facilitated the CEP young people’s network and is a member of sounddelivery media’s Spokesperson Network. In this guest piece she blogs on why you should care about care.
Sounddelivery Media is a new charity
We believe in a confident social sector able to develop and amplify lived experience stories and expertise to address social inequalities.
We want to see people in positions to use their lived experience of social injustice so they can influence change on that issue.
We work towards greater representation and diversity of the voices we hear in the media and beyond.
Our Spokesperson Network
Our programme creates a network of media savvy spokespeople, who have direct experience of social injustices. Developed collaboratively with a network of leaders with lived experience, it aims to diversify the voices we hear in the media and make it more representative of the society we live in. Through training, media mentoring, peer support and speaking opportunities, we tackle the barriers that prevent these experts from engaging with journalists who have the power to influence coverage and ultimately drive change.
What people have said about us
"Being involved with the Spokesperson Network is an experience I will never forget. It feels like I am part of an incredible, unique family. I have learned so much. I always come away with renewed passion, and the goal to keep going no matter how complex the issues I am trying to highlight."Amanda Hailes
From our blog
Jazz Moreton is an interdisciplinary artist who has multiple disabilities as a result of surviving a stroke as a teenager, and a passion for activism and equality. She strives to use her enthusiasm for the Arts to create work that has the power to ignite action and discourse around the many inequalities that people with disabilities endure on a daily basis. This International Stammering Awareness Day #ISAD2021 she blogs on why there is #NoDiversityWithoutDisfluency in the voices we hear in the media.
Debs Teale is an advocate of creativity in health following her own remarkable journey. She advocates creativity as an additional service to improve wellbeing and offering hope and aspiration. She has completed a MSc in mental health recovery and social Inclusion and is a Trustee at the National Centre for Creative Health as well as a member of the Social Prescribing Network and Social Prescribing Academy. Debs is part of our sounddelivery media Spokesperson Network Programme. In this guest blog she shares how social prescribing gave her back her life.