‘Promoting the importance of human relationships’.

Our theme for this event centres on women’s homelessness, adoption and issues for birth parents.

You are warmly invited to attend a twilight event to mark World Social Work Day on 17th March, organised by the Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield.

 

Guest Speakers:

Professor Anya Ahmed, University of Salford

Dr Kesia Reeve, Sheffield Hallam University

Hannah Gal, producer/documentary maker

Joe Smeeton, University of Sheffield

 

When: 

Tuesday, 17th March from 16:45 to 20:00

 

Where:

The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2, The University of Sheffield, 199 Leavygreave Road, Sheffield (University roundabout)

Travel by tram or bus – car parking will be difficult.

 

Join us on World Social Work Day to reflect on the Internal Federation of Social Work’s (IFSW) theme for this year which is ‘Promoting the importance of human relationships’. Our theme for this event centres women’s homelessness, adoption and issues for birth parents.

We are delighted to welcome Hannah Gal, documentary maker, to introduce a screening of ‘Take this longing’, a documentary about homeless women who have experienced the adoption of their children. We are pleased to have Joe Smeeton, Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Sheffield, talking about adoption and birth parents alongside Dr Kesia Reeve from Sheffield Hallam University talking about her research into women’s homelessness.  Professor Anya Ahmed from University of Salford will be discussing structural challenges and homelessness.

We will end the event with a Q&A panel and we then invite you to network over drinks and nibbles.

To register for this event, please visit EventBrite on https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-event-for-world-social-work-day-2020-tickets-89768703609 . You will need the following password – Reg.

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