#Respect4SocialWork, backed by former children’s minister Tim Loughton, BASW, Dr Ray Jones and assistant professor Nushra Mansuri, urges greater respect for the social work profession and a more balanced view of social workers in the national media.
Dr Shoesmith, author of ‘Learning from Baby P – the politics of blame, fear and denial’, is supporting #Respect4SocialWork and is addressing a Virtual Event held on 17 March at 11am to coincide with Social Work Week.
If you would like to attend and hear from Dr Shoesmith before the discussion is opened up, all you have to do is ‘Join the Pledge’ on the #Respect4SocialWork campaign page to show you support the campaign then email Clare Jerrom for the link to attend the event on 17 March.
As with anything, we can only make change for the better if we have many people standing alongside us in the campaign.
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A National Deprivation of Liberty Court dealing specifically with applications relating to deprive children of their liberty has been announced by Sir Andrew McFarlane, president of the family division.
The court will deal with applications seeking authorisation to deprive children of their liberty and will be based at the Royal Courts of Justice under the [...]
Some children have been failed by the agencies that were meant to protect them because child protection procedures had not been properly followed, an independent assurance review into historic child sexual exploitation (CSE) in Oldham has found.
Evidence of poor practice was attributed to a structural flaw the review team found in the multi-agency system [...]
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Coffee (oat milk latte)
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Migraines, slugs and war
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