£18,000 fees a year and only months to get a job before having to leave UK
Overseas social work students among those calling for 2021 immigration reform to be brought forward
Call for action after damning report into hospital detention of children with learning disabilities
Parlimentary inquiry says human rights are being abused and voice of families silenced
Practice and poverty: 'Our silence on the issue can be deafening'
It is not enough to name poverty, express regret we can’t do more and return to a focus on the individual, writes Richard Lynch-Smith
'This is no way to treat our most vulnerable young people'
BASW criminal justice group on shocking report into Feltham Young Offenders Institution
Joker review - a plea for more heart in society
PSW reviews the film everyone's talking about and finds many themes relevant to social work...
Lack of resettlement provision for young offenders
Damning report highlights high re-offending rates and poor health, educational and employment support
Gambling addiction in young people - an issue for social work
As the NHS opens its first clinic to support young people addicted to gambling Ian Butler, a social worker with 30 years experience in the area, looks at the issues and offers advice to practitioners
Why Wales must follow Scotland and make smacking children a crime
After Scotland’s landmark decision Daniel Jones, child protection service manager at Newport City Council, argues the case for passing a similar bill currently going through the Welsh Assembly
‘Improving services for older trans people is a social justice issue for social workers’
Paul Willis outlines findings of a two-year study that highlights gaps in health and care provision, fear of ‘transphobic responses’ from service users and a need for better training for professionals