A tribute to Pete Felton
BASW England would like to pay tribute to dear friend Pete Felton, who recently passed on
Victims’ Commissioner seeks views of social workers
Views sought: The Victims’ Commissioner is currently undertaking a deep dive review into the experiences of children and young people as victims of domestic abuse and their potential subsequent...
Urgent action needed to ensure children and young people can access the mental health services they need.
Research by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) has found that 133,000 young people referred to specialist mental health services in England were rejected in 2018-19, despite increased government...
LGA relaunch Return to Social Work
The Local Government Association, which represents councils across England and Wales, today has teamed up with the Government Equalities Office to reignite the Return to Social Work programme...
Help develop more resources for social workers working with autistic people and people with learning disabilities
We are developing additional resources and activities to support social workers working with autistic people and individuals with learning disabilities to help embed the frameworks into social work...
Social Work England
Social Work England will officially become the new regulator of all social workers in England on Monday 2nd December. Find out what this means for you.
BASW England social work conference 2019 review
Over 350 social workers, NQSWs and social work students attended BASW England’s social work conference in Leeds last week.
BASW responds to Advancing our Health consultation
BASW England has responded to the Department of Health & Social Care’s consultation on Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s
BASW Adults PPEG comments on Ombudsman report
BASW England’s Adults Practice, Policy and Education (PPEG) group is pleased that the Ombudsman for Local Government and Social Care has given advice to local authorities about principles they must...