BASW and BIHR to hold session on Independent Human Rights Review
The session will support you to upskill yourself on the Human Rights Act and how it can be used as a practical framework for decision making in policy and practice.
This Week in Westminster - Friday 5 February
Kerri Prince, BASW UK Public Affairs Lead, provides an update from Westminster
BASW Blog: The inequality revealed in social work's ASYE programme
Not only is discrimination fundamentally wrong, the Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful. Whilst the Equality Act provides a legal framework that offers protection in employment, a look at the calls...
Recognising loss: 8pm on Monday 8th February
On Monday the 8th at 8pm, we will hold a two minute silence to acknowledge the struggle, grief and loss within our social work family and our society and across the globe. Please join us.
Vaccines and Testing in Wales: The Reality
BASW Cymru is currently running a very short survey on Vaccines and Testing in Wales: The Reality We need your help with this. The survey will take approximately 1 minute and is only 7 questions long...
Valuing Social Care, Valuing People Hustings - call for questions
Wednesday, 3rd of March 6pm-7.30pm, Online: Valuing Social Care, Valuing People Join us for the Valuing Social Care, Valuing People Hustings ahead of the Senedd election in May. We will be joined by...
BASW England supports Joint Committee on Human Rights on care home visits
The Committee found that relatives remain an essential part of care for so many older and disabled people in care homes - as it helps them to keep their memories alive, in touch with the outside...
Domestic Abuse Bill: BASW backs community-based services amendment
BASW England and BASW Cymru have backed an amendment to the Bill that would mean public authorities would have a statutory duty to commission support in the community for all victims of domestic...