CoramBAAF form part of a 27 charity-strong collective, calling on the government to urgently move forward with an independent review of the care system that listens to care-experienced voices.
Last year, 3,500 adopters responded to Adoption UK’s first Adoption Barometer survey, which provided the first ever UK-wide stocktake of the experiences of adoptive families and their children.
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The Fostering Across Borders (FAB) project has now completed its work to create a range of resources to help improve the quality and expand the availability of family-based care for unaccompanied migrant children in six EU Member States.
CoramBAAF has joined together with more than 140 children’s organisations to call on political leaders to set out their solutions to the social problems that can leave millions of children ‘scarred for life’.
Coram is set to mark two landmark dates for the rights of children: the 30th anniversary of the Children Act 1989 and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Adoptive families and children are set to benefit from a multi-million pound investment into therapeutic support aimed at helping them overcome past trauma.
Members of the Western Australia Parliament visit Coram to discuss child safety and child sexual abuse
Representatives from the government in Western Australia visited Coram to discuss detailed wok to establish a robust set of child safety standards.
Kinship Care Week is a special chance to recognise the vital contribution made by relatives, often grandparents, and others who care for children who cannot live with their birth families. However, this care is often provided at great personal cost to the adults involved, and they deserve much more support than they are currently getting.