Four social work students / apprentices have each won a prize of £500 for their outstanding essays on supporting diverse communities across the UK.
Students and apprentices, for the chance to win one of four grants of £500 be sure to send in your entries by 5pm Friday June 23rd.
Social work students and apprentices: submit your best argument for this year’s question for the chance to win £500.
All social workers and social work students in the UK are welcome to attend this free online advice and representation session.
Three social work students have each won £500 Congratulations to Arzu Bokhari of Cardiff University, Natalia Phillips of Brunel University, and Marissa Bruneau of the University of Dundee on your winning essays! These students wrote winning essays to the question: “Considering the current negative TV and Read more
Submit your essay by 5pm on 24th June 2022 for the chance to win one of four grants Each year the Social Workers Union (SWU) runs a World Social Work Day SWU Assignment student essay competition in which we pose Read more
BASW hosted and SWU chaired the panel discussion on March 28 that explored media and public perceptions of social work, impact, and change The Social Work Future: Media and public perceptions of social work, impact and change online event was an opportunity Read more
11 unions express their support and appreciation for the Social Workers Union and the social work profession The Social Workers Union (SWU) believes in the value of solidarity between unions as we work towards a more inclusive and just society, Read more
This is a chance for all UK social workers and social work students to talk with the Social Workers Union about workplace issues in a free online session
Four grants of £500 will be awarded to the best arguments for how to change media portrayals of social workers The Social Workers Union (SWU) has announced the theme for their annual World Social Work Day student essay competition. The competition Read more