BASW Blog: One social worker’s extraordinary effort to protect a child from being groomed
On 17th March 2021, following a three week trial, three of five defendants [link to story] were found guilty at Nottingham Crown Court of child sexual exploitation offences. This important verdict...
Local Elections 2021: Messages to social workers from Mayoral candidates
BASW has approached candidates across some of the Mayoral elections in England, to seek their views and vision for social work in their respective regions.
Smacking Ban Campaign: Amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill – protecting adults and children from violence
The Social Workers Union (SWU) is looking forward to a virtual roundtable on April 23rd with a wide cohort of stakeholders and Parliamentarians to discuss the smacking ban campaign, next steps and...
SASW’s Week for World Social Work Month
SASW delivered events in the last week of March to celebrate World Social Work Month. See what we got up to and some of our commitments as a result of these conversations
BASW England releases new Domestic Abuse Guidance for social workers
The guide was developed in collaboration with valued stakeholders including Women’s Aid, Galop, Southall Black Sisters, Sign Health, Karma Nirvana, Respect, AVA, Ann Craft Trust, Dr Michaela Rogers...
Children in care, poverty and Parliament
An update on the campaign to retain the £20 Universal Credit uplift.
BASW comments on the Commission for Race and Ethnic Disparities Report March 2021
‘A government gaslighting initiative with little merit’
Mapping anti-racism activism across Social Work - get involved!
Wayne Reid, BASW Anti-Racism Lead invites social workers to share examples of anti-racism activism
The Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHP) Leads Network comments on the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report
Focus on the section considering mental health,