The 'white fragility' that prevents conversations about race
Bestselling author on how colour-blindness helps the 'beneficiaries of inequality'...
School safeguarding leads supervised by social workers
Pilot scheme could pave way for new role for profession
'We must strip back the wallpaper of practice and make poverty visible'
Social work's campaigning role underlined...
MCA liberty deprivations vs social work values
Exploring the tensions and opportunities as consultation on Liberty Protection Safeguards reform approaches end
‘We are not administrators, we’re there to be alongside people’
The role of social work in supporting refugees and asylum seekers
'I gave everything to my work and it still didn't feel good enough'
Anthony Vaughan's powerful testimony on why he left children's social work...
Global event shows how social workers can help change the world
Former president of the International Federation of Social Workers Ruth Stark highlights the forthcoming Global Peoples’ Summit and its significance to the profession
Social workers among those paying tribute to life of Theresa Stewart MP
Social worker Daniel Keeler, a member of the Birmingham Clarion Singers choir, reflects on the life of the Birmingham politician after singing at a memorial service in her honour
CBT, me and social work
Social worker Adam Ricksworth* describes his personal experience of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and how he believes it could help support a strength-based approach within practice