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The Who Cares? Trust is a voice for children in care. Everything we do is designed to improve the day to day experience of children and young people in care - and their future lives.

What's new in care

Three new voluntary adoption agencies set up

Three new voluntary adoption agencies set up

April 2014

Three new voluntary adoption agencies were launched on 4 April, backed by start-up funding from the Department for Education.

The new agencies successfully bid for a share of the £16million tackling adoption delay grant, which was unveiled by the government last summer to help recruit an additional 2,000 adopters over the next three years.

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Children in care are being sent too far from home, warn MPs

Children in care are being sent too far from home, warn MPs

March 2014

Children in care should be found residential homes in their own areas and local authorities should ensure that they have enough suitable placements to make this possible, according to a report published by the Education Select Committee today (12 March).




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