General Election 2015: Chief executive, Caroline Selkirk, responds to the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat manifestos

With cuts to local authority budgets, and disturbing revelations about the vulnerability of looked after children to child sexual exploitation, the UK is again at a critical juncture in the future of the care of looked after children.

The UK is also reaching a critical juncture in the 2015 general election campaign. The battle lines were drawn this week, as the political parties unveiled their election manifestos.

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From our blog

13 Apr 2015

 

New adopter, Alison shares her experience of the first 9 months of being a mum…

 When I was little I always took for granted...

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 Vulnerable children are finding adoptive families faster thanks to an improved system for matching prospective parents with youngsters from...   Read more

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Promoting the health of children in public care

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For many years health services have struggled to meet the needs of looked after and adopted children. This much needed anthology now provides an essential guide to good practice in the field of the health promotion of looked after and adopted children.

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04 Mar 2015

BAAF Leeds Office, 4 Pavilion Business Park, Royds Hall Rd, Wortley, Leeds LS12 6AJ

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You can run any distance, any event, local or national, and raise funds for BAAF

From a sponsored run round your local park to the London Marathon, whatever distance you want to run, please get in touch and let us know.

BAAF Patron Andrew Barton ran the 2014 Virgin London Marathon for BAAF and remembers the day: