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.
Swan statement on the Amnesty International report “As If Expendable”
As social workers, service users and carers we welcome the publication of Amnesty International’s report which exposes the government’s criminal failure to protect elderly and vulnerable people in care homes during the pandemic. The report makes very difficult reading as ... Read More
Social Work Action Network co-founder discusses the coming the several crises impacting on society and social work. This talk was give to radical social workers in the Philippines who are now part of SWAN-I, our international network of radical social ... Read More