Principal social worker Dr Tony Stanley voices concerns about the radicalisation agenda.
Rachel Sempija shares how thinking beyond labels can offer techniques to support children with attachment difficulties
Programme now available for the biggest free social work event of the year
'Chelsea's Choice', a play about the exploitation of a young girl, is going to be performed to social workers who attend Community Care Live in November
Last week's article from a social work academic, who resigned because of poor standards, has sparked a massive debate among social workers
Local councils have warned that the Staying Put initiative have left them with a £13m funding shortfall
The independent charity regulator will address concerns about the administration, governance and financial management
Chief social worker for children says accreditation scheme is chance to ‘revolutionise’ support for social workers, children and families
Former social worker Dr Jane Dodsworth reflects on the process of researching one of society’s most sensitive subjects
Life story work is as important as the therapeutic parenting we are encouraged to promote, writes Ingrid Ayling
Former employees of leading children’s charity say trustees must address “many unanswered questions” surrounding organisation’s demise
Last week, after more than twenty years of university teaching, I handed in my notice and resigned from my post as senior lecturer in social work and course lead of a Masters in Advanced Practice.
I don’t have another job…
A parenting advocate at Mind in Croydon explains how the service supports parents with mental health problems during statutory children’s services processes
A group of academics highlight the lessons for social workers from the latest studies of safeguarding disabled children
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Lancashire county council didn't realise the young man was a looked-after child who was owed a special duty of care
Ofsted reports decline in social care inspection ratings for councils and children's homes, but positive results for adoption and fostering agencies
Two former chief executives of BAAF have written to the charity regulator asking for it to investigate their concerns about its closure