BASW would like to hear your views and experiences of civil participation
BASW would like to hear your views and experiences of civil participation – the involvement of people, communities, people that use services, employers with government policy and to shape services.
BASW NI Committee Vacancies
An exciting opportunity has arisen for four BASW NI member positions on the Northern Ireland National Standing Committee (NSC), including the role of Chair.
If Brexit really does mean Brexit, we deserve answers
Our Communications & Policy Officer, Emily Galloway, writes about the importance of evidence informing planning post-Brexit - and how a Private Members Bill could help make that happen for health...
BASW responds to Queen’s Speech
Today’s Queen Speech highlighted a raft of legislation for the year ahead, with some key announcements on social work.
BASW and SCIE launch Digital Capabilities for social workers report
Social work practice and the needs of people who use services should drive the development and use of digital technology, concludes a new report published today by the Social Care Institute for...
A social approach to suicide
BASW CEO Ruth Allen reflects on the state of mental health and social policies in the UK and argues for the pressing need to shift to social and relationship-based approaches and a social justice...
We need your stories on poverty!
UK social workers are being urged to share their stories of people who use their services that are experiencing poverty and/or social exclusion.
BASW responds to Advancing our Health consultation
BASW England has responded to the Department of Health & Social Care’s consultation on Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s
Social Worker of the Year 2019 nominees unveiled
BASW is delighted that 15 of our members have been recognised for their outstanding work by being nominated for the Social Worker of the Year Awards 2019.