When Swan announced in September that it planned to organise a UK-wide convoy of collected materials for refugees, it never imagined that the response would be so large.
Peter Beresford writes about having the voice of the service user and public heard, in debates about the future privatisation of social work education and services.
Social Workers Across Europe demand – #OpenEUborders for refugees and asylum seekers (read on for the Greek, French, Spanish, German, Croatian and Hungarian versions)
In 2004, the following manifesto was released calling for the ethical core of social work to be respected and preserved, against increasing managerialism and privatisation under a New Labour government.
Listen through the following link to Swan’s Terry Murphy (Teeside University) challenging Frontline’s Josh McAllister on BBC Tees.