Working in social care is hard. Service users often find themselves not listened to, denied a full quality of life, and in the worst cases, at the hands of state violence and abuse. We ask what workers and service users have in common, and imagine a care system where service users and workers have full control over their lives.
Imogen is a trade union organiser in social care, and editor of Prometheus journal.
Vivek is an accountant and public policy consultant with a background in health policy, public interest issues and corporate accountability.
Chantelle Lunt is a writer, activist, entrepreneur and founder of the Merseyside Alliance for Racial Equality.
Shabaaz is a British-Asian disabled person with a background in film and other art forms. He's a member of Manchester DPAC and sits on Andy Burnham's disability panel
Jo and Maria are social care activists that supported a campaign to win a real living wage for social care workers across Liverpool.