AFA Scotland Legal Conference - June 2018

Adoption, Permanence Orders and Kinship Care – Finding the best options for children

Bookings are now being taken for our Legal Conference which will be held on Friday 22 June, 2018 in Dundee.

Attendance at this event will give delegates a chance to reflect on how the law is being interpreted and applied and to look at the options available to practitioners in planning for children and recognising the possible consequences of each course of action.

For further details and a booking form download the conference form here.

Evaluation Report – Adoption Week Scotland 2017

Evaluation Report – Adoption Week Scotland 2017, jointly run by Adoption UK and AFA Scotland proved an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges of adoption as well as positive approaches and ideas for addressing these challenges.  

An evaluation report has been produced to identify the outcomes in relation to the identified objectives as set out by the Scottish Government who fully funded Adoption Week Scotland.

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Independent Chair - Adoption and Permanency and Fostering and Resources

East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced person to chair the Adoption and Permanency and Fostering and Resources Panels (2 full day panels per month). To apply for this position please visit www.myjobscotland.gov.uk. The reference number is EAY02664 and the closing date for applications is 16 March, 2018.

New Website Design

We have launched our new website design today and hope you like it.

This is just the beginning and we will be adding more content over the coming weeks and months to provide you with all the content you need.

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Permanently Progressing? Conference

Permanently Progressing? - Building secure futures for children in Scotland is a research study run jointly by the University of Stirling and University of York, in collaboration with Adoption and Fostering Alliance (AFA) Scotland. The first stage of the research will be completed this year, as part of a planned longitudinal study to follow a cohort of children in Scotland as they grow up

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AFA Scotland is registered as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) - SC046417