Two unpalatable truths about familial homicide society must face
Practice educator and former child protection social worker Dan Taylor gives a reality check
‘Britain wants a child protection system that works... but won’t pay for it’
WIth more than 20 years' experience in child protection, Ailsa Pearce delivers some home truths ...
In pursuit of social justice - meet BASW England's new chair
Vava Tampa on what motivates him as he takes on his new role
Social workers respond to Arthur Labinjo-Hughes tragedy on social media
A selection of posts from Twitter that give social work's take beyond the media headlines and calls for action...
£23 billion a year is the cost of adverse childhood, says England's children's social care review report
Independent Review of Children's Social Care publishes economic analysis to back up case for change...
National newspaper criticised for stigmatising children in care
People with care experience and social workers speak out against article published in The Times
Covid's impact on children in care revealed by government figures
Lockdowns restrictions and delay in court proceedings cited as to blame for significant fall in activity
Competitions watchdog suggests regulation of children's placements is 'outdated'
Last day to respond to CMA's interim report speculating on reasons behind lack of places and high prices in market...