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Accompanying documents and resources: "BASW England Webinar: Homes not Hospitals campaign - launch of key documents" webinar
Watch the BASW England Webinar: Homes not Hospitals campaign - launch of key documents webinar
Accompanying documents and resources: "Identifying and Responding to child neglect in schools: messages for inter-agency safeguarding practice" webinar
Accompanying documents and resources: "Exploring the relationship between mental capacity and alcohol and drug use" webinar
Immigration Asylum and Trafficking Special Interest Group (IAT SIG)
The IAT SIG (the Immigration Asylum and Trafficking Special Interest Group) comprises of social workers with specialist knowledge, significant experience, and profound insights, relating to separated...
BASW England: Emergency Duty Teams: The Forgotten Service? Research Findings May 2021
Findings following a survey on the impact of Covid-19 on Emergency Duty Team Staff in England.
Social work during the Covid-19 pandemic: Initial findings
Introduction ‘Social work during the Covid-19 pandemic: Initial Findings’ reports the results of a survey by conducted by The British Association of Social Work (BASW), between 30 November and 31...
Ethical reflections in challenging times: A resource for social work practitioners and educators
This continuing professional development resource comprises vignettes depicting ethical challenges faced by social workers in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each vignette is accompanied by a...
Rethinking Rights, Responsibilities and Risks: Ethical Challenges for UK Social Workers during Covid-19
This report provides an analysis of accounts given by UK social workers of the ethical challenges they faced during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. It draws largely on 41 UK responses to an...
Social Work During Covid-19: Learning for the Future
This report presents the ethical and practical experiences social workers reported, the best practice that emerged in the period March to August 2020, and points to the different pathways for social...