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BASW finds more concern than guidance in ‘Foster Care in England’ report

BASW finds more concern than guidance in ‘Foster Care in England’ report

13th February 2018

BASW asks for member views on Martin Narey and Mark Owers independent review on Foster care in England

The Department for Education has published Sir Martin Narey and Mark Owers’ independent review of the fostering system in England. BASW want to hear your views on what you think of the review.

6th February 2018

Research into Social Work Practice Teaching suggests 'need for a more strategic and standardised approach'

Learning Network West commissioned 3rd Horizons ltd to undertake research on practice teaching in the West of Scotland.

5th February 2018

Scotland becomes world leader in fighting domestic abuse

MSPs pass historic Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill.

2nd February 2018

Become a SWU Contact! Launch of SWU’s new voluntary scheme

Become a SWU Contact! Launch of SWU’s new voluntary scheme

30th January 2018

BASW condemns President's Club 'men-only' event

The British Association of Social Workers condemns the now infamous President's Club men-only event, and joins those voices from across the political spectrum that are appalled at alleged misogynist behaviour.

26th January 2018

SASW responds to Health & Sport Committee Call for Evidence

SASW responded to the Scottish Parliament's Health & Sport Committee call for evidence into the potential impact of Brexit on health and social care in Scotland.

25th January 2018

Stornoway: a powerful example of human rights activity

Monday, 22 January, 2018 - 14:00 to Saturday, 27 January, 2018 - 14:45 The Western Isles Diversity and Equality Steering Group (DESG) presents a week-long programme of events to commemorate HMD –

17th January 2018

New TV drama to explore role of social worker in adoption - we want your views

New TV drama to explore role of social worker in adoption - we want your views

10th January 2018

Urgent call for the release of Munther Amira

The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) calls for the immediate and unconditional release of Munther Amira, a Palestinian social worker who was arrested by the Israeli military in the occupied Palestinian territories on the 27th December, while peacefully protesting to defend the rights of children detained by the Israeli military forces.

8th January 2018

Final chance for members to have their say on how BASW is run

Final chance for members to have their say on how BASW is run

4th January 2018

2018 kicks off with recognition of social work in New Years Honours list

2018 kicks off with recognition of social work in New Years Honours list

3rd January 2018

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