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SASW response to survey on the Independent Review of Learning Disability and Autism in the Mental Health Act
Read SASW's response to the plain english survey on the Independent review of Learning Disability and Autism in the Mental Health Act.
BASW NI Ireland response to the Migration Advisory Committee Call for Evidence on the Salary Threshold and Points-Based System Commission
Letter to Lord Patel of Bradford OBE, Chair of Social Work England and Colum Conway, Chief Executive of Social Work England: 4 November 2019
BASW NI Welfare Reform Briefing Paper
Our briefing paper provides information in support of the need for continued—and extended—welfare reform mitigation in Northern Ireland. It also details the steps Government must take to prevent...
SASW response to consultation on Independent Child Trafficking Guardians
Read our response to the Scottish Government consultation on Independent Child Trafficking Guardians, which sought views on their appointment, role and responsibilities and other wider operational...
BASW UK – A Social Work Manifesto
BASW calls on parliamentary candidates from all parties to pledge their support for social workers and the children, adults and families who use their services.
BASW UK – Maniffesto ar gyfer Gwaith Cymdeithasol
Mae Cymdeithas Brydeinig y Gweithwyr Cymdeithasol (BASW) yn galw ar ymgeiswyr seneddol yr holl bleidiau gwleidyddol i addo rhoi eu cefnogaeth i weithwyr cymdeithasol ac i’r plant, oedolion a’r...
BASW NI policy statement concerning restraint and seclusion of children and young people in schools and educational facilities
BASW NI is concerned at the lack of standardised policies and guidance from the Department of Education regarding use of restrictive practices and seclusion with children and young people with...
Support a homeless shelter with our 2019 Christmas eCard
Last year BASW members, staff and the wider social worker community took the opportunity to support homeless shelters through the BASW eCard campaign and helped to raise more than £700 for homeless...
Social Work and Human Rights: A Practice Guide
Social Work and Human Rights guides launched on Human Rights Day - 10th December 2019. Social work is a human rights-based profession. A key milestone for the development of human rights in the UK...
Social Work and Human Rights: The International Context
Social Work and Human Rights guides launched on Human Rights Day - 10th December 2019. This publication is a companion to ‘Social Work and Human Rights: A Practice Guide’. Both publications can be...
BASW NI position on media access to family courts
During summer 2019, the shadow Family Justice Board consulted on proposals for a pilot scheme to trial media access to family courts. BASW NI submitted a written response to the consultation and met...
Reframing social work practice education: practice educators’ perceptions of the Professional Capabilities Framework (PCF) and the support provided during implementation
The research conducted applied an Appreciative Inquiry methodology to explore experiences of social work practice educators just before and following the implementation of the Professional...
BASW NI Health Committee Member Briefing
BASW NI has issued a briefing to members of the NI Assembly Health Committee highlighting a series of pressing concerns for the social work profession. Please download the document for details of the...
BASW NI Committee for Communities Member briefing – February 2020
On 5 February 2020 BASW NI issued a briefing to members of the NI Assembly Committee for Communities highlighting the impact on children and families as a result of welfare reform, and the challenges...
Slides from the Lincolnshire Branch 'Promising approaches to address the criminal and sexual exploitation of young people' event
The BASW England Lincolnshire Branch arranged their contribution to the 80-20 Campaign series of events, sponsored by the Centre for Social Work Practice. Outline of the presentation Sexual and...
SASW response to Transitions Bill consultation
Read the response to Johann Lamont MSP's Transitions (Scotland) Member's Bill consultation. The Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions)(Scotland) Bill would give a right to a Transitions...
Educating Social Work Students against the Grain
This paper draws on a case example of working with a student within the workplace whose personal characteristics and learning style conflicted with my own preferred style of delivery, and indeed...
Response and recommendations from the task & finish groups looking at: The role of the DASS and social workers in disaster recovery
Every Local Authority has a legal duty to have policies and procedures in place to respond to disaster including critical incidents, serious injuries, explosion, flood, poisoning, electrocution, fire...
Jude Currie Chair Application Scotland
Jude Currie's knowledge, skills and experience as part of her application for Chair of Scotland Committee.
Keith Dyer Chair/Committee Application Scotland
Keith Dyer's knowledge, skill and experience as part of his application to join Scotland committee.
Professor Barbara Fawcett Chair/Committee Application
Professor Barbara Fawcett's knowledge, skills and experience as part of her application for Scotland Committee.
Christine Gray Committee Member Application Scotland
Christine Gray's knowledge, skills and experience as part of her application to join Scotland Committee.
Sarah Kerr Committee Member Application
Sarah Kerr's knowledge, skills and experience as part of her application to join the Committee in Scotland.
Caroline McDonald Committee Application Scotland
Caroline McDonald's knowledge, skills and experience as part of her application to join the Committee in Scotland.
Jo Savege Committee Member Application Scotland
Jo Savege's knowledge, skills and experience as part of her application to join the committee in Scotland.