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    Black History Month

    We have published a new Practice Note, including a summary of data and an extensive resource list, that encourages social workers, their managers and allied professionals to address some of the fundamental issues that continue to negatively impact on the lives of black people. This Practice Note will be free to all during October.

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    Deal of the month!

    This month we’re offering two of our key life story work titles for just £20 until the end of October.

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  • 40 year journal supplement

    Adoption & Fostering journal – special anniversary supplement

    To celebrate BAAF’s/CoramBAAF’s 40th anniversary this year, the October edition of Adoption & Fostering will be accompanied by a special anniversary supplement. Ahead of publication, both the journal’s Commissioning Editor, Roger Bullock, and CoramBAAF's John Simmonds have written special anniversary pieces looking over the past 40 years.

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health conference

A New Decade, Challenges and Opportunities

26 November 2020

The CoramBAAF Health Group conference has always sought to bring practitioners together to discuss emerging developments in practice, share new information and highlight innovation. As we celebrate the 40th year of BAAF's formation we will be coming together again but this time online.

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Contemporary perspectives on kinship care arrangements and experiences in the UK, Chile and South Africa

1 Dec 2020 | ONLINE

Researching family structures and models of care cross-culturally enables us to explore how children can best be cared for within their family and community networks and what children tell us about the meaning of these care relationships. This helps us to consider support systems for family carers in later life in different cultural contexts and from a relationship-based perspective. THIS IS A FREE EVENT AVAILABLE TO ALL.

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Challenge 1739

Challenge 1739

Get fit this October and help transform children's lives. Take on Challenge 1739!

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