What I’ve learned from working in mental health
Mariah Wilde, a graduate from England’s mental health social work programme Think Ahead, on her journey so far…
'It’s not normal to be a black academic'
Social work education should be leading the way in challenging 'white privilege' in academia but is not, says a black social work lecturer...
How poetry can help nurture compassion and empathy in social work
Ahead of Book Week Scotland, social work academics Autumn Roesch-Marsh and Ariane Critchley look at what poetry has to teach social workers
We fight for you while facing discrimination ourselves
A poem about being a black social worker by Julian Blake
Child poverty on the rise warning
As ministers reject free holiday school meals for the most disadvantaged in England
Is the core purpose of prison punishment or rehabilitation?
Maggie Fogarty reviews Radio 4's The Spark with QC Chris Daw who believes prisons do more harm than good...
White voices on white privilege
As part of Black History Month, two white social workers discuss their privilege
Virtually me - a poem for our time
With new lockdowns set to reduce face-to-face visits again, social work poet Peter Unwin put pen to paper