Labour’s shadow minister for children and families talks about the problems facing social workers
Union’s local government conference hears call to boycott government’s controversial new scheme
The government should scrap plans to roll out its new assessment and accreditation scheme for social workers because it will take up valuable time that could be spent helping vulnerable families, says UNISON. Over nine in ten (93 per cent) social workers who took part in a recent UNISON survey say the National Assessment and […]
Members and the public are urged to back the call to ‘protect the rights of vulnerable children and care leavers’ from plans in new bill
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UNISON welcomes report from University of East Anglia on ’emotional intelligence and burnout’ in child and family social work
A practical guide for social workers in England to support their work with refugee and asylum seeking children and their families.