BASW England and SWU respond to consultations on DfE regulatory framework changes and SWE rule amendments
These consultation responses were completed jointly between BASW and SWU and representatives of both memberships.
British Journal of Social Work editor’s choice vlog: Issue 52 (3)
Co-editor Dr Reima Ana Maglajlic in conversation with the authors of the two 'editor's pick' articles in the latest edition of BJSW...
Carers Week 2022
Nicola and Sally - two carers who work with BASW - share their experiences as we mark Carers Week 2022.
SASW meets with Craig Hoy MSP
This week, SASW National Director, Alison Bavidge, met with the Shadow Minister for for Mental Health and Social Care, Craig Hoy MSP in the Scottish Parliament. During Mental Health Awareness Week,...
BASW blog: Reflections on #WhatMakesAHome
BASW Cymru National Director, Allison Hulmes, marks the start of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month with a powerful personal reflection.
SASW responds to Setting the Bar report
A report examining social work workloads and caseloads in Scotland illustrates the perfect storm that is enveloping the profession. Setting the Bar was commissioned by Social Work Scotland to look at...
SASW contributes to tackling drug deaths debate
This week, SASW contributed to a Scottish Parliament debate on tackling drug deaths and harm. The debate was called by MSPs from the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee, the Social Justice and...
BASW in the media: National review into the murders of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson
BASW staff and representatives appeared on a range of media outlets following the National Review's publication...
SWU response to the national review into the murders of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson
Social work needs to be properly funded to retain the workforce and protect vulnerable children and adults.