When do we celebrate those of us who are mixed-race?
Rather than appreciated as a positive representation of multi-culturalism, mixed-race people often suffer racism from both sides, leaving them to struggle with identity issues on their own, says Adam...
Powerful stories about the lived realities of Black people that must be heard
For Black History Month BASW's anti-racism visionary Wayne Reid reviews Black Lives Rising ...
Improving the offer for care leavers in England: new online resource provides goldmine of information
How one care leaver's research will help thousands of young people ...
Why I'm calling last orders at the bar after nearly four decades of court social work
Eddie O’Hara believes the judicial process has become ‘increasingly adversarial, mechanistic and harsh’
Change agents, not gatekeepers - a timely reminder of social work's value
Amid the current focus on social care Chris Perry, a former director of social services, says it's vital the 'resource' of social work isn't overlooked...
Shared trauma: how one professional channelled her personal experience of 9/11 into research that shapes our understanding today
Dr Carol Tosone has devoted two decades to examining what gets us through disasters
New fund to support social work activism
Joint venture between Social Workers Union and the Campaign Collective to help social workers fight their causes
A human crisis: social workers on the frontline with Afghan refugees
PSW speaks to a social worker at Heathrow Airport who provides support to those fleeing the Taliban
Frozen journeys: social work with asylum seekers in Greece and Italy during Covid-19
Insights from researchers due to publish their findings later this year