Covid-19: impact on children and young people’s mental health
BASW joins 30 organisations to write to the Government to tell them to limit the long-term impact of the pandemic on young people’s mental health
The points-based immigration proposals are a concern for the future availability of social workers and our hugely valued, skilled care colleagues
BASW responds as the Government re-introduces the new Immigration Bill to Parliament
The Social Workers Union (SWU) share some practicable ideas to help Social Workers manage anxieties, worry and stress over this difficult period
Part of Mental Health Awareness Week
BASW supports international partners in battle against Covid-19
BASW commits £30,000 to support international social work partners in the fight against Covid 19
Thinking about adoption in a pandemic: Why we need to be concerned about S1 445
Blog by Professor Brid Featherstone (University of Huddersfield) and Professor Anna Gupta (Royal Holloway University of London)
BASW Cymru calls for testing for social workers entering care homes
BASW Cymru has been in conversation with the Older People’s Commissioner for last couple of weeks about the appalling number of deaths in care settings. We have also shared our concerns about the...
BASW statement on social worker Covid-19 deaths
Official figures released this week by the Office for National Statistics showed the deaths of ten social workers, and an additional two social services managers, involved Covid-19 between 9 March...
Reforms to Unregulated Provision for Children in Care and Care Leavers Survey
The Department of Education is seeking views on proposed new measures to ensure that the use of independent and semi-independent provision (commonly known as unregulated provision) provides the right...