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    CoramBAAF publishes its responses to the Independent Children's Social Care Review

    CoramBAAF has made three submissions to the Review, responding to both the call for advice and evidence with Black Minority Ethnic Perspectives Advisory Committee (BMEPAC) making recommendations on matters concerning black and minority ethnic children and families.

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    Medical Reports Adoption and Fostering: Joint statement published by Royal College GPs and British Medical Association

    CoramBAAF would like to alert members to the statement released by the Royal College GPs and British Medical Association.

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    Somali perspectives on the shortage of Somali substitute carers

    Camelia Choudhury’s article in the latest issue of Adoption & Fostering Journal has been distinguished for special attention by SAGE and made freely available to all readers until the end of September.

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Managing Contact

6 May 2021 | ONLINE

This open course on planning and sustaining good contact will look at contact for children with plans for permanency and adoption. There will be opportunities to consider relevant research and support needs. It will include looking at best practice for letterbox arrangements.

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Culturally Competent Social Worker

20 May 2021 | ONLINE

This open course will explore how families’ culture, faith and understanding of harm impacts on their parenting capacity and consider how this should inform assessments, child protection plans and strategies. The workshop will include how the personal values of practitioners could impact on professional judgements and decision-making.

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