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Coram and The Wales Adoption Register host first ever ‘Adoption Activity Day’ in Wales to help find families for vulnerable children
On Saturday 11 March, children’s charity Coram, in conjunction with The Wales Adoption Register, hosted the first ever Adoption Activity Day in Wales to help match children awaiting adoptive families in the country with potential adopters.
The Adoption Activity Day, held in Cardiff, enabled prospective adopters to meet children awaiting adoption, in a prepared, supported, safe and fun environment. The day involved play, activities and entertainment to encourage positive interaction between the children and prospective adopters.
Calling young people from Wales!
The British Youth Council is recruiting a Youth Select Committee and one seat on the committee is for a young person from WALES!
Vaughan Gething AM, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Well-being and Sport, is calling on the public to share their views on the future of health and social care in Wales.
A new collaboration between the Seren Network and Jesus College Oxford will enable some of the brightest sixth-formers in Wales to experience life at one of the best universities in the world.
Alun Davies AM, Minister for the Welsh Language, has announced the appointment of Aled Roberts to undertake a rapid review of Local Authorities’ Welsh in Education Strategic Plans (WESPs).
Academia and business leaders in Wales are joining forces with Welsh Government’s campaign, baked by HRH The Princess Royal, to get more girls into science, technology, engineering and mathematic (STEM) subjects in Wales.
The Children’s Legal Centre is excited to announce the first young people’s consultation roadshow!