New ways of working – an update from BASW UK & SWU
A message from Gerry Nosowska (BASW chair), Ruth Allen (BASW CEO), and John McGowan (SWU General Secretary)
BASW Cymru responds to the LGBTQ+ Action Plan
BASW Cymru welcome the opportunity to respond to this consultation on a very optimistic and ambitious LGBTQ+ action plan which will need to translate into tangible and sustained change if Wales is to...
Social Workers honoured for "exceptional work and dedication" during the Covid-19 pandemic at national awards ceremony
Find out more about the social workers honoured at this year's Scottish Social Services Awards in our press release...
National care service must focus on “reducing crisis and strengthening communities”, says Scottish Association of Social Work
Read our statement on our response to the Scottish Government's National Care Service consultation...
Climate justice and sustainability – social work at COP26
Ruth Allen, BASW CEO provides an update as COP26 gets underway in Glasgow.
SWU supports the Abuse of Public-facing Workers (Offences) Bill as part of the Service with Respect campaign
People in public-facing jobs across all sectors – including social work – have been subjected to rising hostility and abuse since the end of the COVID-19 lockdowns. SWU has been approached by Olivia...
BASW and SWU statements on compulsory Covid-19 vaccination
The statement covers the current context, implications and ethical considerations of compulsory Covid-19 vaccinations for social workers.
Budget 2021: What do social workers need to know?
Kerri Prince, BASW UK Public and Political Affairs Lead, analyses the Autumn Budget and Spending Review.
BASW responds to Budget and Spending Review 2021
BASW CEO Ruth Allen comments on the Autumn Budget 2021