Author: Klaire

Practice: Social Work in Action

Practice: Social Work in Action

Did you know that the University subscribes to a Journal called Practice: Social Work in Action which is published on behalf of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW). Practice provides a forum for...

New Internationalist Archive Online

New Internationalist Archive Online

New Internationalist is an independent award-winning media co-operative dedicated to socially conscious journalism and publishing. They are offering free access to their archive containing over 40 years of publishing, featuring honest reporting that offers...

Using the NSPCC website for research

Using the NSPCC website for research

The NSPCC provide a wealth of information that can help you complete your assignment.  Go to the services and resources section of the website at https://www.nspcc.org.uk/ to read their latest research, leaflets, guidance and...

Is Britain a socially mobile nation?

Is Britain a socially mobile nation?

Find out with the latest annual report form the Social Mobility Commission it finds in terms of education, earnings and housing  significant and often growing disadvantages between rich and poor. One of the key...

Is social care in crisis?

Is social care in crisis?

PSA Commission on Care Report Towards a New Deal for Care and Carers was launched last week. It was based on a year-long inquiry into the state of care for older people in England...

Youth and community

Special Report: Children’s Mental Health

The Future in Mind national strategy and £1.4bn in funding is seeing a reorganisation of children’s mental health services that is aiming to transform the outcomes of children and young people…… https://www.cypnow.co.uk/cyp/feature/1158077/special-report- . . .

Community Care Inform -Children

Community Care Inform- Children Community Care Inform Children is an online resource that enables professionals working with children and young people make, and evidence their decisions.  It is a trusted, essential resource that saves...