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Breakthrough Britain: Ending the costs of social breakdown
Policy recommendations to the Conservative Party. This report’s proposals will help teachers by developing a national consensus about their role and give them better training, resources and...
Back to the very beginning
Dr Joan Rapaport summarises the reflections of Mike Burt, of the University of Chester, and Dr Gary Clapton, University of Edinburgh, in presentations on the origins of social work presented to a...
BASW’s Manifesto for Social Work
The eight party submissions that you will read in this section are largely centred on responses to BASW’s Manifesto for Social Work
Better off working?
A study of the work experiences of a group of low-skilled workers over five years.
Boosting the odds
Angie Ash considers best practice examples of social workers supporting learning disabled parents in overcoming the high statistical chances of having their children removed and instead retaining...
Building a safe, confident future
The Social Work Task Force is an expert group, jointly appointed by the Secretaries of State for Health, and Children, Schools and Families, to advise the Government on social work reform
Building a Safe and Confident Future: Implementing the recommendations of the Social Work Task Force
A joint implementation plan from the Department for Children, Schools and Families, the Department of Health and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in partnership with the Social Work...
Building a safe and confident future: One year on
The reforms proposed in this report are fundamental and long term. They cover the whole career of a social worker from selection onto degree courses, to improving the skills and capacity of those...
Calling time on injustice
Social care journalist Sally Gillen hears first hand from Martin Morton, a social worker who more than a decade ago first highlighted the financial abuse being experienced by a number of vulnerable...