We want to develop a network of service users, practicitioners, academics and students to support radical and progressive social work. We need a social work that is ready to challenge oppressive practice, that means working collectively across the country and internationally to advance Social Work.
In June, West Dunbartonshire workers took the decision to vote for strike action, should their working conditions fail to immediately improve. SWAN Stands In Solidarity With West Dunbartonshire’s Social Workers As They Vote To Strike The needs and safety of ... Read More
Defend Chinese Social Workers! On Wednesday (8 May) Chinese police raided the offices of Hope college, a community centre in the southern city of Guangzhou that helps and supports migrant workers attending vocational schools. They detained social worker Liang Zicun ... Read More
Social Work Action Network (SWAN) would like to express its solidarity with the inspiring, brave action of the Extinction Rebellion movement over the last two weeks and into the future. Young people in particular are risking their own future through ... Read More