Scottish Government Publishes National Care Service Bill
The Scottish Government has introduced its National Care Service Bill to parliament. Creating a National Care Service (NCS) was one of the key policies put forward by the SNP in their manifesto for...
BASW Cymru Summary Report: Racism in Social Work
This summary report brings together our ‘Racism in Social Work’ survey findings, conducted across Wales last year. The survey was developed by the BASW Cymru Anti-Racist Social Work Practice Group...
BASW conference 2022: A social work for the future
Hundreds of social workers from around the UK attended our Annual Conference, which was held at the University of Birmingham.
SASW supports the need for a new Mental Health Strategy
SASW is backing calls for a radically new Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy in Scotland. As one of 17 member organisations in Scotland's Mental Health Partnership, SASW supported the publication...
BASW’s new Chair, Julia Ross, calls out media for latest ‘naming and shaming’ of social worker
In her first statement as Chair of BASW, Julia Ross said: " A child's death is an appalling and dreadful tragedy, but in the cases where social work in involved the blaming or even naming...
BASW in Westminster update: 14 June 2022
Kerri Prince, BASW UK Public and Political Affairs Lead, provides an update from Westminster.
BASW’s opposition to ‘outsourcing’ asylum seekers to Rwanda and Ukraine refugee crisis update
BASW will continue to advocate and lobby for the human rights of all refugees and migrants.
SWU statement in solidarity with Palestine and on not endorsing the IHRA definition of antisemitism
Our commitment to social justice encompasses both the fight against the oppression of Palestinians and the fight against antisemitism.