It’s not stressful if you have a rationale for your social work
Zac McBreen, recognised for lifetime achievement at BASW Cymru’s Social Work Awards, talks about a job he still finds “endlessly fascinating” after 46 years
A guide to Mental Health Act reform proposals
Dr Sharif Haider looks at some key recommendations from a government-commissioned review
Don't be afraid to show your fragility says award-winning social worker
When I share my vulnerability it has brought the best out in others, says Nick Andrews, winner of BASW Cymru's spirit of social work award...
We need to wise up about gangs
In the wake of intense media focus on knife crime and gang culture Craig Pinkney, who works with disaffected young people, explains what professionals need to know
Hearing the voices of the "lost girls" with autism
Mark Goodman reports from a major conference that heard moving testimonies from the so often silenced voices of girls and women with autism
Why Hong Kong social workers stand against the extradition law
Viewpoint: Social work academic Prof. Raees Begum Baig says human rights protections are threatened by a controversial extradition proposal by the Hong Kong government
People using services ‘paying high price’ for poor social work conditions
Read more on the recent UK Conference which discussed BASW England's initiative on poor working conditions for social workers...