Learning from Research: Attachment theory - new developments and perspectives

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Learning from Research: Attachment theory – new developments and perspectives

In this webinar, we draw on a consultation with the international attachment research community to propose an updating of the curriculum, incorporating the key consensus findings of contemporary research
29 February 2024 - 2pm - 3.45pm Online via Zoom Free for CoramBAAF members Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar

National Kinship Care Strategy: Implications for social workers and local authorities

The first-ever National Kinship Care Strategy has been published. This session aims to explore the implications of the strategy on social work with kinship families and the impact it has on local authority planning, practice and workforce.
30 January 2023 - 11.30am - 1.30pm Online via Zoom Free for CoramBAAF members Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar

EurAdopt Conference 2024

The 15th EurAdopt Conference is being hosted by Coram IAC, with a host of interesting speakers from the UK, Europe and Asia including Beth Neil, Rosa Rosnati and Laurie Miller. Titled “The Generational Impact of Adoption”, the event will consider adoption from the perspectives of adoptees, parents, grandparents and siblings.
17 - 18 April 2024 Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge Book on the EurAdopt website

Real Families: Stories of Change

Featuring works by artists such as Grayson Perry, Joshua Reynolds, Tracey Emin, Chantal Joffe, Paula Rego, Lucian Freud and Alice Neel, the exhibition explores our changing understanding of ‘family’ in the last 50 years and considers what it means today.

Image credit: Sir Joshua Reynolds portrait, ‘The Braddyll Family’ (detail), 1789. Photograph © The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge.
Until 7 January 2024 The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge Free Find out more and book here

Forgotten Foundlings? Voicelessness and invisibility in the story of care

Coram Society and In Between Lines are pleased to present this free online event marking the close of Black History Month 2023. This year's event centres on the voices of those that have been missing from the historical record, as well as the experience of our speakers and care experienced young people in the Voices through Time: The Story of Care programme.
30 October 2023 - 6 - 7.15pm Online via Zoom Free Find out more and book here Add to calendar

Relinquished babies

We will look at the relevant statutory frameworks and recent case law, the challenges of working with relinquished babies and their parents, some of the complexities of the background histories of relinquished babies, the importance of counselling for relinquishing parents, care planning and the support needs of relinquished children and their adopters.
20 November 2023 - 10am - 4pm Online via Zoom From £126 Book on the CoramBAAF website Add to calendar