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Ask the expert: ‘How can I best prepare to be a professional witness?’

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A family being assessed by a social worker

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’Families feel heard’: the impact of a systemic approach on social work practice

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Podcast: what does it feel like to work in an anti-racist environment?

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How one council is giving social workers the autonomy to empower adults

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Webinar: transitioning from agency to permanent social work

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How do I move into social work research?

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Social worker making notes

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Ask the expert: ‘My role is no longer challenging, I need something new’

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SWEARN conference organisers (from left): Millie Kerr, Shantel Thomas and Nimal Jude

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Social work leaders must take action to embed anti-racist practice, conference told

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I want social workers to come back because they will see a different place to the one they left

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“My skillset is now 10 times greater”: how collaborative working is boosting social workers’ confidence

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Tell us your best memory of  Community Care Live

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Were you at the first Community Care Live in 1997?

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How one council is working to capture the voice of the child

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children's social worker

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"It’s our job is to observe the child, find their voice and be their advocate”

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How we keep wellbeing at the forefront of our workforce priorities

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How one council is using virtual communication to amplify young people’s voices

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