Posts Tagged 'World Social Work Day'

SASW World Social Work Day events

Please see the flyer below for one of a series of participative events being held this year to celebrate World Social Work Day.

‘The Social Work Role in Domestic Abuse’ will take place on Wednesday 22nd March in Edinburgh and is aimed at social workers and social work students. It will be a chance to explore emerging themes of good practice in Scotland in regards to working with perpetrators and survivors of domestic abuse.

For details of how to book, please click https://www.basw.co.uk/event/?id=783

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What is your favourite thing about being a social worker?

Get involved in this Guardian thread:

http://www.theguardian.com/social-care-network/2015/mar/11/what-is-your-favourite-thing-about-being-a-social-worker

World Social Work Day – Scottish Social Services Expo 2013

What a day! Aisling and I were at Murrayfield early this morning to set up our ELPF stall. I think over the course of  the day we became known as the ‘table with the sweets’ (thanks Ais!)

We had a lot of interest in the ELPF today which was great. What was really noticeable was the success of the ELPF in comparison to other local authority areas and that’s credit to the people who keep coming to our meetings and taking part in our events. Without you we wouldn’t exist. I really hope we inspired some people to re-visit the LPF idea within their own authorities, or at the very least keep an eye on what we’re up to.  Continue reading ‘World Social Work Day – Scottish Social Services Expo 2013’


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