When your face doesn't fit: how social media is fuelling a body image crisis
One mother's fight to protect children and young people from digitally altered images...
Researchers tasked with improving children's social care investigate benefit of staff getting motivational messages from leaders
What Works for Children's Social Care centre's pilot on Ministry of Defence employees branded 'a bit odd'...
Children's social care reform must not rely on 'Big Society' solutions
Social workers' warning amid lack of additional funding commitment in 'once-in-a-generation' review...
Why aren’t we calling out antisemitism? Reflections of a Jewish social worker
As a profession committed to challenging discrimination, social work can be deafeningly silence when it comes to racism experienced by Jewish people says Victoria Hart
A system that turns parents into ‘warriors’ fighting for their children's rights
Despite various pledges from government to improve services, families of children with autism and educational disabilities are too often left to fight to get the support they need
Why I'm not celebrating 'freedom day' - a social worker's perspective
Angela Meidel believes the lifting of restrictions on 19 July is a dangerous disregard for the principles of fairness and equal opportunity
Create a 'supportive' not hostile environment to EU and EEA citizens in UK, BASW tells Priti Patel
Concern for vulnerable groups as EU Settlement Scheme passes
England's children social care review acknowledges impact of poverty and need for investment
Interim report sets out challenges facing the sector
A reminder of how the press and politicians misrepresent social work
Ray Jones sees a link between shamed BBC journalist Martin Bashir's interview with Princess Diana and the reporting of social work in the 'Baby P' case...