Health and Social Care Bill – Hospital Discharge proposals: BASW England response
The proposals must give people the opportunity to be listened to, heard, and involved in making decisions about their care and treatment.
BASW response to the ADASS Spring Report
Report adds further urgency to calls for reform of social care.
Government set to push ahead with £20 cut to Universal Credit: BASW response
We are using our voice and influence to highlight why the cut would be detrimental to children, families and people across the country.
Winterbourne View: 10 years on
BASW England is strongly advocating for social care that is properly resourced and funded to be able to deliver the high-quality support and housing that is needed in the community.
Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Social Work Association responds to Independent Review of Children's Social Care 'Case for Change' report
The report does not present a sufficiently detailed historical legal and political summary of child protection policy or practice - nor does it incorporate the intersectional impact of...
BASW Blog: 'Why the wheel cannot stop turning'
Allison Hulmes, BASW Cymru National Director, on the Drive2Survive campaign and why social workers must oppose anti-GRT proposals in the Police Bill
BJSW Editor’s Choice Video Podcast
Dr Reima Ana Maglajlic, editor of the British Journal of Social Work (BJSW) introduces the BJSW (51 / 5) Special Issue on Disasters and Pandemics
This Week in Westminster - Friday 9 July 2021
Kerri Prince, BASW UK’s Public and Political Affairs Lead provides an update
Celebrating Social Work: BASW UK Celebration and Annual General Meeting
** Save the date - 15th September 2022 **