Every year our colleagues at Kinship survey kinship carers across England and Wales about their lives. This important survey helps provide insights into family's experiences and to gather evidence of where more support and understanding is needed.
CoramBAAF call for professionals and carers to share their experiences of supporting separated migrant children during Covid-19
CoramBAAF are proud to be partners in an UK wide study examining how separated children experience the Covid-19 crisis and how it has impacted on their connectivity to networks and services. We're reaching out to colleagues in migrant care to discuss the findings of this study.
Darren Coyne, Projects and Development Worker, at the Care Leavers Association, passed away unexpectedly on May 25 2021. He was a fearless activist and advocate, passionate about improving the rights of adult care leavers to know about their time in care and their family connections.
Independent Review knowledge event: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Children’s Social Care and Social Work
In the second in the series of knowledge events, issues relating to inequalities in child care social work and social care associated with race, poverty and identity were discussed.
As a membership organisation, our priority is to make sure that our contribution to the Review reflects the wide range multi-disciplinary perspectives and experiences that our members bring.
Association of Professors of Social Work running series of knowledge and evidence events to inform Care Review
The Association of Professors of Social Work is holding a series of events about current knowledge of the field with the aim of contributing evidence to inform the Department for Education’s Children’s Social Care Review.
Read about the key findings and recommendations from research into how the implementation of Practice Guidance (2018) has impacted on anonymisation practices in child court judgments, in the context of personal information being more easily accessed online.
We are delighted to support Foster Care Fortnight, the annual campaign to raise awareness of the transformational power of fostering and to celebrate the fostering community organised by our colleagues at Fostering Network.
A partnership between Lancaster University, Kinship and CoramBAAF sees the launch of a new suite of online resources to promote the development of support services for special guardians.
The #YOUCANADOPT campaign encourages more people to step forward to adopt more than one child.