BLACK CHILDREN MORE LIKELY TO END UP IN CARE AND LESS LIKELY TO BE ADOPTED | THE VOICE

The data in the Adopted and Looked-after children report, shows despite Black children only making up five per cent of the general population, they make up eight per cent of children in care.

Black children are more likely to end up in care and less likely to be adopted according to recent government figures.

The data in the Adopted and Looked-after children report, shows despite Black children only making up five per cent of the general population, they make up eight per cent of children in care.

An important piece recommended by Wayne Reid, anti-racism visionary at BASW.

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