Coping with sexist trolling has been part of the job, says England's chief social worker
Isabelle Trowler highlights "shocking" online abuse during event to mark International Women's Day...
We must tell the stories of poverty to shock people into action
Change will only happen if more people understand the reality, say speakers at BASW Northern Ireland's World Social Work Month event...
Covid shows need for a collectivist, not individualist approach in social work
Natalia Phillips says its time for social workers to work together against the social divisions, marginalisation of minority groups amplified by the pandemic
'The time has come to show who we are'
A poem by BASW member Natalia Phillips penned during Covid-19
Bid to banish 'oppressive' language in social work
Practitioners, academics, people with lived experience and students launch campaign
My family, ubuntu and social work…
Richard Servian reflects on how the spirit of this year’s theme for World Social Work Day runs deep through his family and contributed to him becoming a social worker
Anti-racism in social work: 'the struggle is real and you are part of it'
Academic Zoe Thomas on why she's backing a day of action by students, other academics and practitioners on 19 March calling for anti-racism to be taught on social work courses and in practice ...
‘Listen to and understand people with kindness’
Holocaust survivor and Jewish resistance fighter Lea Borgenicht’s message for social work
Deafblindness – the psychosocial impact makes it core social work
An ageing population means practitioners are more likely to work with people experiencing what’s fast becoming no longer a ‘minority impairment’. By Jacqui Bond and Liz Duncan and Peter Simcock