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Her Majesty The Queen opens a new centre dedicated to children named in her honour, for Coram, the UK’s oldest children’s charity
The Queen has opened a new building at Coram’s central London campus dedicated to children and named in her honour - The Queen Elizabeth II Centre.
Her Majesty The Queen set to open dedicated centre of excellence for children, named in her honour for CoramEvents | Friday 30th November 2018
On 5 December, Coram is proud to welcome Her Majesty The Queen to its central London campus to open a new building dedicated to children named in her honour – The Queen Elizabeth II Centre.
Last night we heard from the new President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane at our event to discuss the future challenges in upholding children’s rights, marking Universal Children’s Day.
Yesterday (23 October) Coram hosted 'In the Footsteps of Thomas Coram', an event with Sir Al Aynsley-Green, the first children’s commissioner for England, to discuss the issues raised in his new book 'The British Betrayal of Childhood', and the impact that Thomas Coram has had on his career.
Coram joins campaign urging the Government to put children and young people at the heart of spending decisions
Ahead of the 2018 Budget, Coram is one of 120 organisations supporting the Children at the Heart campaign, calling for children and young people to be put at the heart of Government spending plans.
Events | Thursday 20th September 2018
Coram, the UK’s first children’s charity, is hosting a new exhibition about the extraordinary life of its founder Thomas Coram at its historic campus in Bloomsbury to mark the 350th anniversary of the birth of the pioneer of children’s rights and welfare
On Tuesday 19 June, a play commissioned by Coram chronicling the impact on young unaccompanied asylum seekers of desperate journeys to the UK, was performed and produced by National Youth Theatre at City Hall, London.