BASW Chair blog: Gerry Nosowska
It’s been a titanic month celebrating World Social Work Day, now we look ahead to the BASW AGM
BASW Cymru marches to support Kurdish strikers
BASW Cymru National Director Allison Hulmes, joined hundreds of marchers in Cardiff yesterday, in support of the Kurdish strikers world-wide, and Imam Sis in particular.
BASW England’s 80:20 Campaign conference review
On Thursday 4th April, in Birmingham, BASW England held its first conference for its 80:20 Campaign, in partnership with the University of Sussex.
Have your say: Home Office consulation on serious violence
The Home Office have launched a consultation on serious youth violence to ensure public bodies, including social services, raise concerns about children at risk of becoming involved in serious youth...
BASW Cymru social work awards 2019
BASW Cymru’s 9th Social Work Awards were held on the 20th March at the Iconic Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay. The awards were sponsored by Leanne Wood, AM for the Rhondda and was attended by...
BASW England and the BISWG launch revised practice guidance for social workers
BASW England and the Brain Injury Social Workers Group (BISWG) are delighted to jointly launch revised practice guidance for social workers titled ‘Understanding People Affected by Brain Injury’.
BASW survey on government consultation on training to understand the needs of people with a learning disability and/or autism
The government wants to know how we can make sure that health and social care staff have the right training to understand the needs of people with a learning disability and/or autism – this...
Social workers across borders join together
The event theme ‘Social work professionalism: Promoting values and empowering identity’ set out and explored the shared commitments between the two social work professional organisations – The Irish...
"Life-changing" social workers honoured at national ceremony
The awards ceremony took place on World Social Work Day (19th March) at the Ghillie Dhu in Edinburgh. Speakers included Minister for Children and Young People Maree Todd, MSP, who commended the “...
BASW’s World Social Work Day 2019 celebration
Over 100 social workers, academics and service users attended BASW’s celebratory event to mark World Social Work Day in London yesterday, as keynote speakers explored the official theme of ‘human...
Relationships – the power of kindness, humanity and love
As an international federation of social workers we want to make the world a better place, and as such we never forget that stories of change belong to ordinary people who have faced unimaginable...
Relationship-based social work – for World Social Work Day 2019
BASW exists to strengthen social work, support social workers and promote social justice.
Westminster plays host to award-winning social workers
Social Worker of the Year 2018 winners rubbed shoulders with ministers and sector organisations – including BASW – at a celebratory reception
BASW responds to Spring Statement 2019
Today, Phillip Hammond presented an economic forecast which said the UK had taken another step on the road to ending austerity. The British Association of Social Workers asks: ‘just how long is this...
Awards countdown celebrates shortlisted nominations
SASW shares more about the nominees shortlisted for the 12th Annual SASW Social Work Awards on World Social Work Day 2019.
Practice Educator Practice Standards (PEPs) Consultation Survey
BASW has taken ownership of the Practice Educator Practice Standards (PEPS) and we are committed to promoting high standards of professional practice and practice education that is owned across the...
BASW to march in anti-racism demonstration
On Saturday 16 March, cities across the world from Warsaw to Washington DC will march together against racism – and BASW and Social Workers Union (SWU) will be involved too.
BASW England’s Doing the Best Together review
Last week, BASW England held a day long conference at the Greenwood Centre in Camden, London to ensure the voices of adults with learning disabilities were heard to inform our development of the...