Watch Podcast: Domestic Violence and Women’s Oppression during COVID-19
Alissa - May 24, 2020
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Research: Diverse Identities in Social Work Education and Practice!
Calling all social work practitioners in the UK!! Please consider taking part in this survey, conducted as a pilot on diverse identities among social work students and practitioners in the UK. We want to find out specifically about whether and ... Read More
SWAN statement of support for the #StopSIM Coalition
The High Intensity Network (HIN) and associated ‘Serenity Integrated Mentoring’ (SIM) model of care has been increasingly widely promoted by NHS England since 2016. According to HIN’s website, the issue that the SIM model seeks to address is the “intensive ... Read More
Social justice has long been recognized as a core value of social work practice, a value which only increased in importance, if one is to consider the effects of the advancing commodification of social services, the immense social consequences of the Corona-virus, and persistent inequalities. In their practice, ... Read More