The latest social work news, updates, and events including what’s happening in the world of children’s social work.
Caroline Green and Katharine Orellana, Post-Doctoral Fellows, National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration South London. (721 words) On 23 March 2020, most of England?s population was placed into ?lockdown? due to the novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 pandemic taking ? Continue reading ?
Ian Kessler, Stephen Bach, Richard Griffin and Damian Grimshaw introduce their new paper, Fair care work. A post Covid-19 agenda for integrated employment relations in health and social care, published yesterday by King?s Business School. Lead author, Professor Kessler, is ? Continue reading ?
During lockdown Frontline fellow Christina took part in a session by Dr Arlene Vetere on systemic working with families experiencing violence. The session came at a really good time and was an important reminder to consider creative ways of working with families and to hold professional anxiety at arm?s length. The post Working with domestic violence during lockdown ? systemic responses appeared first on Frontline.
Working systemically with domestic abuse is crucial to ensure children and families are supported effectively. At this time, being creative and adapting our practice ? while always prioritising safety ? will make a huge difference for the families we?re working with. The post Working systemically with domestic abuse during lockdown appeared first on Frontline.
This recognises the need to offer child protection training to all staff at international schools, whatever their role and in their own language. The CEO is Matt Hastings and he is todays guest on the programme. The post 093 Safeguarding International Schools appeared first on Thoughts On The Social World.
As social workers, we need to be at the forefront of tackling systemic racism to be truly anti-racist. The post Let?s talk about race and racism as social workers appeared first on Frontline.
I talk to Lee Emmett from Sanctuary International about recruiting staff from overseas and the importance of ethical behaviour in doing so. The post 092 international social work recruitment appeared first on Thoughts On The Social World.
In this blog, Emily Hill from Harbour Housing, a homeless charity in Cornwall, describes how their service has supported people living in temporary accommodation to leave hospital safely during the pandemic. She highlights some of the challenges in making sure ? Continue reading ?
Professor Ngoh Tiong Tan is Chair of Global Institute for Social Work ( GISW ) International Advisory Board ?? President, Connexions International. ?? Professor, Singapore University of Social Sciences.?? Treasurer, International Association of Schools of Social Work. The post 091 Post Covid19 social work. appeared first on Thoughts On The Social World.
It is absolutely vital that we continue to build strong trusting relationships with the children and families we are supporting during the pandemic. The post Behind closed doors, there are still many children in need of a social worker appeared first on Frontline.