A very interesting article exploring the rights of foster carers. Sarah Anderson, who chairs the England & Wales foster care workers branch of the IWGB, says that "a central, independent regulatory body for foster care workers, along with a tribunal system to determine whether or not to revoke someone’s ability to foster" is needed. She claims that with this system in place "we can create a fair and transparent way to register and deregister foster care workers." 

But it is not just about regulation of foster care workers, it is also about their rights, allowing them to have a say in working conditions and providing whistleblowing protection. 

This is a fascinating view point and I look forward to seeing whether this idea is developed and challenged in the future.