Monday 15th March saw the launch of a new film and an agenda-setting webinar to bring together sector leaders to focus on special guardianship.
Over the next few months, we will be consulting and discussing with members about the key issues raised by The Independent Review of Children's Social Care. We will do this primarily through our forums, groups and committees but we are also gathering comments in writing.
CoramBAAF submits its case for maintaining the act in its current form and encourages members to respond before the deadline.
CoramBAAF proud to endorse submission to Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry ‘Children in poverty: Measurement and targets’
The Kinship Care Alliance has today made its submission to the Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry ‘Children in poverty: Measurement and targets’.
Louise Sims, CoramBAAF’s Kinship Care and Fostering Consultant, looks back on an event which explored how personal objects can facilitate life story work.
CoramBAAF celebrated its 40th anniversary on 14th December 2020 with an online reception attended by over 240 people. An inspiring panel of speakers explored the kind of care review that is needed in order to achieve longstanding positive change that delivers the best outcomes for children.
The Fostering Network has today launched its State of the Nation’s Foster Care Impact Report 2020.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Ellen Broomé as our new managing director. Ellen will start in her new role in February 2020, with interim managing director Kevin Lowe stepping down.
Our response to the Court of Appeal judgement that Education Secretary acted unlawfully in removing child safeguards
John Simmonds, CoramBAAF's Director of Policy, Research and Development, responds to the Court of Appeal's ruling that the education secretary acted unlawfully in removing a series of child safeguarding measures through the Adoption and Children (Coronavirus) (Amendment) regulations
Thousands of children in care being ‘failed by the state’ because of a broken residential care system reports Children's Commissioner
CoramBAAF responds to the findings of a series of reports published by the Children's Commissioner for England criticising the government's failure to address a broken residential care system.