PM must prioritise children as much as health and economy
Plea from over 150 organisations including Social Workers Union
Social Graces: A practical tool to address inequality
On January 1st 2020, if you had asked the average social worker whether they operated in a fair and just society, the resounding answer would have been ‘no’.
Cardiff University student amongst winners of recent Social Worker Union competition!
The Social Workers Union (SWU) has announced the winners of their World Social Work Day Essay Assignment Competition.
BASW blog: Social work with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities
In June every year we celebrate Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Month and I was recently thinking about my second-year placement during my social work training where I was placed with the Educational...
Social Workers Union (SWU) is delighted to announce the winners of their recent World Social Work Day Essay Assignment Competition.
#StarsInMemory – Connected by Care – United by Loss
BASW England backs campaign for those who have experienced loss and bereavement to connect, as ONS data reveals 21 social workers have sadly died due to Covid-19 between 9 March and 25 May 2020 in...
GRAVE CONCERN ABOUT HONG KONG COURT JUDGMENT
DEMAND FOR PROTECTION OF SOCIAL WORKERS WHEN PERFORMING HUMANITARIAN DUTIES
BASW writes to the Royal family to call for the KCMG medal which has clearly distressing racist imagery on it to be changed
We are asking for the award to be changed and for new icons, that better represent the true spirit of equality and justice, to be embraced.
Social Workers Express Deep Concern at the Resignation of RQIA Board
BASW NI is deeply concerned at the resignation of the RQIA Board & welcomes an independent review into the mass resignations.
HEI adapt BASW Covid chart for students
The Higher Education Institutes (HEI) covering Scottish Universities and Colleges have adapted BASW’s Covid chart to suit its students
BASW statement following sudden death of Dave Hill
It is with sadness that BASW learns of the untimely death of Dave Hill CBE, Executive Director of Children, Lifelong Learning and Culture at Surrey County Council.
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.
A call out to Black & Ethnic Minority social workers for essays, stories & poems
“Are you a Black or Ethnic Minority social worker? If so, we want to hear from you!” BASW England and Kirwin Maclean Associates are collaborating to develop an anthology of Black and ethnic minority...
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