Sylvia Ikomi shares research findings from her trip to America to explore the adultification of Black girls in state care.
Carolyn Housman and Michael Nwoye consider how we can use multiculturalism as a strength to support families to stay together.
Youth justice, ethnicity, school exclusion, and care experience – reducing criminalisation and achieving better outcomes
Augusta Itua explains the intersection between youth justice, care experience, ethnicity, and school exclusion. She considers the key statistics and guidance for protecting children and young people.
We have been working towards updating our key forms for professionals. Here's a brief overview of our recent developments and future plans.
Ivana La Valle explores what we can learn from Italian residential childcare to inform the current debate on how to improve the English residential care system.
That kinship care matters to the 130,000 children living with kinship carers is clear. CoramBAAF is delighted that this has finally been recognised by the Government in the publication of the first-ever National Kinship Care Strategy.
Our Policy, Practice and Development team share their progress in updating our core forms, including Form F, CPR Form, Form C and Child health forms.
In this reflective blog, we consider the key points from our recent webinar with New Family Social about supporting the trans, non-binary and gender diverse adoption community.
John Simmonds, Director of Policy, Research and Development, reflects on the release of a new film about how adoption has changed over the years.
Clare Seth, our Kinship Consultant, answers your questions about kinship care planning. These questions were asked by our attendees during our Members' Week webinar.