BASW England's Criminal Justice Group welcomes new Chair and Vice-Chair
Dr Rukhsana Farooqi and Dr Helen Woods join the BASW England Criminal Justice Group
BASW England's response to Minister for Equalities report into the disparate impact of COVID-19 on Black and Ethnic Minority communities
The government needs to work more collaboratively, compassionately and transparently with Black and Ethnic Minority communities in order to recognise broken trust and structural inequalities
BASW Cymru urge Wales First Minister to change the guidance on shopping for essential items
Families and foster carers must be able to buy clothes for looked after children who are placed in an emergency
BASW England Director writes to Children’s Minister over free school meals
Maris Stratulis has written to the Children’s Minister to urge the government to change its position on free school meals during the school holidays.
Blog: SWU General Secretary John McGowan on how social workers can harness different resources to thrive in the workplace and introduces the BEYOND framework
The ‘Social Worker Wellbeing and Working Conditions: Good Practice Toolkit’ is continued evidence of the commitment of BASW & SWU to create positive working conditions for Social Workers, but we...
British Journal of Social Work (BSJW) publishes milestone digital edition as part of BASW’s 50th year anniversary
This digital edition focuses on the key legislation and policy landmarks in the profession since 1970, as well as the examination - through the pages of the BJSW – of the response of social work...
Sky News highlights BASW member poll on child protection referrals and interviews BASW England Director Maris Stratulis
Coronavirus: During lockdown, there has been a worrying rise in the number of referrals to child protection unit
BASW’s voices for Black History Month…and beyond
It is so important that we celebrate and commemorate our history and those who have gone before us, whose giant shoulders we all stand on
A social work student's letter to the PM on food poverty
I am requesting that the government revisit the free school meal decision in reconsidering the issue of food poverty and how it impacts the most disadvantaged
We need to see urgent system change and a government inquiry: BASW England responds to CQC Report ‘Out of Sight - Who Cares?’
This latest report shows ongoing evidence of excessive use of prolonged and long-term seclusion, segregation, restraint and human rights violations and abuse, alongside examples of undignified and...