Recognition Matter is a knowledge exchange project led by six women who have shared perspectives on child welfare and protection.
SASW Briefing to Justice Committee on Stage 2 Children (Scotland) Bill
Read our briefing to the Justice Committee on Stage 2 of the Children (Scotland) Bill.
Top tips for virtual direct work with children & families during COVID-19
Rebekah Pierre, BASW England Professional Officer shares virtual top tips
BASW Cymru welcomes the publishing of the ‘Care Home Voices Report’ from the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales
BASW Cymru had petitioned the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales about our deep concerns for the well-being and human rights of older people in care homes, whose voices have been effectively...
BASW supports campaign for black person's statue in Bristol
A campaign to replace Bristol’s controversial Edward Colston statue with someone representative of the city’s black community is being supported by BASW
SWU Blog: John McGowan on a new survey on social work during COVID-19
Covid-19: Together, let's tell our Covid-19 experience and demand better working conditions for social workers. During the pandemic, the Social Workers Union has been inundated with concerns...
ADASS report exposes a seriously underfunded care system
Maris Stratulis National Director for BASW England comments on the ADASS Budget survey
Latest resources to improve social worker support for autistic adults and adults with learning disability - including during the COVID-19 pandemic
Joint BASW and SCIE press release
Blog: Addressing inequality and oppression such as institutional racism is vital in society and a core task of social work and education
The impact of the murder of George Floyd is being felt across the world, with Black Lives Matter, yet again having to come to the fore to highlight the depth of individual and institutional racism in...
BASW urges the Northern Ireland Executive to continue to provide free school meals this summer
BASW is urging the Northern Ireland Executive to follow the example set by its counterparts in Scotland and Wales, and the UK Government, to extend the provision of free school meals for low income...
BASW calls for NRPF to be suspended during Covid-19
All vulnerable individuals should receive vital support during the coronavirus crisis.
BASW urges government to continue to provide free school meals this summer.
Children will go hungry if the Government doesn’t support families who are facing financial hardship through the summer holidays.
Supporting members who are having difficulty working their full-time hours whilst trying to juggle childcare or caring responsibilities.
Blog by Simon Leaper, Advice and Representation Officer at BASW
BASW comments on announcement that probation services to return to public control
BASW welcomes the announcement from the Westminster government today that the part-privatised probation service in England and Wales would be fully ‘renationalised’ after research and experience on...
Allison Hulmes, National Director for Wales responds to stage 2 of Welsh Labour’s Policy Process 2021
BASW Cymru welcomes the opportunity to contribute to Welsh Labour Policy Process 2021. BASW Cymru has three main policy suggestions
Out of the Shadows – the role of social workers in disasters
BASW England wants to hear from people with lived experience and social workers involved in disaster and emergency responses past and present including the COVID 19 pandemic for book development.
BASW weekly vlog - Global Social Work
BASW CEO Ruth Allen is joined by David Jones, Chair of BASW International Committee and Godfred Boahen, Policy, Research and Practice Improvement Projects Lead, BASW to explore BASW’s longstanding...