Anti-racism in social work: BASW England presentation and discussion
Pam Shodeinde, Liz Howard and Wayne Reid explore the importance of anti-racism in social work, specific areas of anti-Black racism, the Black Lives Matter movement and allyship.
BASW England responds to latest update from Review of Children's Social Care
The latest document released by the Review does not change our previous positioning.
BASW response to the tragic deaths at Cawston Park Hospital
BASW are shocked and saddened by the findings of the Independent Review report into the tragic circumstances that took place at Cawston Park Hospital which distressingly mirror the neglectful and...
Social care reform: BASW England response
Government must ensure this move is at least the start of meeting the scale and urgency of the crisis facing social care across the UK.
Invitation to shape guidance on data analytics in Children’s Social Care
Survey for children's social workers: Data, analytics, and co-design...
Statement on student bursaries - BASW England Student & NQSW Group
Social work students continue to suffer the consequences of a system rooted in inequality
Review of Children's Social Care 'Case for Change' report: BASW England response
Our response to 'Case for Change' is now available to read and download...
Have your say on Health Education England Call for Evidence
Share your vision for social work over the next 15 years
BASW England Health and Care Bill briefing
BASW England is consulting with members on the proposals within the Health and Care Bill and the implications for social work. The Health and Care Bill was debated for the first time in Parliament on...
British Association of Social Workers responds to inquiry into historic Lambeth child abuse
Statement by Dr Ruth Allen, BASW CEO and Maris Stratulis, BASW England National Director.
Research funding opportunities for social workers in England
A range of research and funding opportunities are available from Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
BASW England Statement on ‘Anti-Racism, Anti- Discrimination & Anti-Oppression in Social Work’
This BASW England position statement has been formulated based on the feedback of members, social work academics, practitioners, managers, and students.
BASW Blog: 'Deaf Survivors of Domestic Abuse – Are we Listening?'
Rebekah Pierre, BASW England Professional Officer, reflects on how social workers can better support deaf people who experience domestic abuse.
BASW England policy response: Health and Social Care Bill
BASW England is consulting with members on the proposals within the Health and Care Bill and the implications for social work.
Health and Social Care Bill – Hospital Discharge proposals: BASW England response
The proposals must give people the opportunity to be listened to, heard, and involved in making decisions about their care and treatment.
Winterbourne View: 10 years on
BASW England is strongly advocating for social care that is properly resourced and funded to be able to deliver the high-quality support and housing that is needed in the community.
Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Social Work Association responds to Independent Review of Children's Social Care 'Case for Change' report
The report does not present a sufficiently detailed historical legal and political summary of child protection policy or practice - nor does it incorporate the intersectional impact of...
BASW/SWU ‘Assaults on social workers’ petition: An update for members
Together, BASW and SWU will continue to campaign for social worker safety in the workplace.
BASW briefs policymakers on anti-GRT proposals ahead of next stage of Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill
Members of the GRT community have the right not to be harassed and discriminated against on the basis of their ethnic identity and way of life.