As social workers we have a significant and enduring role to play in promoting the rights and welfare of refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants; countering racism and social exclusion; and continuing to be vocal in our opposition to the atrocities happening in Ukraine.
This war must not be allowed to continue. We continue to call on the UK and international governments and all political parties to press for an immediate, permanent ceasefire.
“Disability rights were my inspiration for becoming as social worker, I wanted to challenge the two-tiered system of child protection I encountered.”
A FREE Training & Development Day for Social Workers and Social Work Students in Manchester on 27th April 2024.
Disability Rights UK discusses the ableist language and dog whistle discrimination being used to justify pushing Disabled people further into poverty.
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) is a day that brings people from all different backgrounds together to remember our shared humanity.
Help us highlight the pressures staff in social work are facing and the changes that may be needed to address them.
We are calling on the Government to put babies, children, and young people at the heart of policy making.
All social workers and social work students in the UK are welcome to attend this free online advice and representation session.
These are significant issues specific to the discrimination and disadvantage social workers are facing with employers.