Nominations Open for England Committee Posts
Nominations are now open for members to put themselves forward for the England Committee.
The social work task – dealing with drug addicts, sex abuse and home makeovers
The final programme in the three-part Protecting our Children series on BBC2 gave further insight into some of the difficult cases that arise so often within children and families social work.
This Morning does social work: ‘A good social worker should be prized above rubies’
New statistics from Cafcass reporting record numbers of children being referred to social services have sparked widespread debate in the media, even drawing in ITV’s flagship daytime show, This...
Rise in referrals necessary, but more money needed to cope
Commenting on Cafcass’ announcement that the number of children referred into care in England has hit a record high, Sue Kent, BASW professional officer, said: “It is necessary that referrals are on...
Protecting our children but what about our adults?
BASW professional officer Sue Kent shares her perspective on the second of the three Protecting our Children documentaries on BBC2.
Book your place at SASW’s World Social Work Day celebration 2012
A major event in Perth on 20 March offers social workers a chance to advance their professional development while joining with fellow professionals across the globe in marking World Social Work Day.
BASW says breaches of contact orders should be a criminal offence
BASW has responded to the government’s decision to reject the stance of the Family Justice Review and press ahead with legislation that would enshrine the rights of both parents to have access to...
Social workers react to BBC documentary on Bristol children’s services
Social workers have reacted strongly to the first episode of ‘Protecting Our Children’ on BBC2, a documentary following the case of a family in Bristol subject to the intervention of the council’s...
£1,500 funding on offer for social workers to develop their practice
The Social Workers’ Educational Trust is encouraging social workers to apply for one of two £1,500 grants for undertaking research into key areas of practice.