Non-practising social workers urged to return to support Covid-hit workforce
Crisis call for help in England as Omicron sickness takes its toll
Poverty doesn’t come cheap
Throwing more money at the ‘first aid camp’ at the bottom of the cliff without fixing the broken fence at the top doesn’t make financial sense, argues Chris Perry
The good social work leader
Could a ‘systems-psychodynamic’ approach to leadership transform the workplace? ...
'Social workers have saved lives and continue to save lives'
A message from England's Social Worker of the Year Vivian Okeze–Tirado in wake of the Arthur Labinjo-Hughes tragedy...
Media vilification of social workers puts more children at risk
Ray Jones spells out his concerns in wake of coverage of the Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson tragedies
Lack of care in new regulation of placements for 16-17-year-olds criticised
But government says new standards will end "rogue" profiteering providers...
6,000 allegations of harm by adults from children in institutional settings over three years
Charity Article 39 calls for government action 'as a matter of urgency' ...
Education secretary's comment that 'Inkling' of harm is enough to remove children labelled 'simplistic' and 'knee-jerk'
Nadhim Zahawi criticised following comments in House of Commons during debate on Arthur Labinjo-Hughes
Children have been forsaken throughout history
Steven Walker, author of Children Forsaken: Child Abuse from Ancient to Modern Times, gives a long view on society's treatment of children...