CoramBAAF publishes anti-racism statement

As an organisation working to improve the lives and outcomes of children in care and care experienced children, we know that racism exists, how toxic it is and that we are all affected. The death of George Floyd and the outrage it sparked, the rise of Black Lives Matter movement, and the vulnerabilities and inequality in our society that the pandemic has exposed, led us to put together a statement.


CoramBAAF supports migrant children's rights

CoramBAAF signed a letter to Gavin Williamson, Secretary of State for Education, raising our concerns over the Government’s treatment of newly arrived migrant children and ensuring him to ensure these children receive the care they need.


New film shines spotlight on adoption process

The premiere of Nowhere Special, a film following a terminally ill father finding a new family for his son, was held earlier this month. The powerful themes about finding the right adopters, the matching process and the importance of memories make this an moving and thoughtful story.


Moving to Adoption model – website and resources launched

The new Moving to Adoption model, from a University of East Anglia (UEA) team, is a social work practice framework for supporting children’s moves from foster care to adoption. A new website contains free resources to help the sector implement the model – to be joined later this summer by a CoramBAAF Good Practice Guide.