James Foyle will be leading our new Muslim Fostering Project and in this blog touches on the importance of faith and identity in foster care.
In this blog Phil Jacob, The Fostering Network's fundraising and development manager, takes us through some of the great lengths our supporters have gone to in the name of raising money.
Melissa Green is the director of operations for The Fostering Network. In this blog Melissa highlights the importance of stability in foster care and how our Mocking programme is delivering it.
Diana Kilduff has been fostering for nearly five years with her family and specialises in looking after children with disabilities.
The UK General Election takes place on 8 June, and despite the short notice it is nevertheless an important opportunity to both raise the profile, and campaign to improve, foster care.
Judith Dennis is policy manager at the Refugee Council. In this blog she shares the Refugee Council's experience of working with unaccompanied asylum seeking children. Judith will be speaking at our West Midlands conference on 23 May.
Professor Claire Cameron and Katie Hollingworth (Twitter - @IOE_TCRU) work at the Thomas Coram Research Unit and specialise in research studies of children in care, foster care, and young people leaving care.
Sarah Jones is a foster carer with Foster Swansea and a foster carer ambassador with The Fostering Network. Sarah was invited to speak at the National Fostering Framework conference in March. In this blog Sarah shares the key parts of her speech.
In this blog, Sarah Morgan, Specialist Advisor for Education and Children's Social Care, at The Shropshire Academy and Learning Trust, explores the concept