Social Work Week 2021 programme
Our keynote speakers will share their expert reflections on some of the biggest issues which affect the social work profession today.
Reflecting for action
Dr Prospera Tedam examines the experiences of Black African social work students and practitioners during the COVID-19 pandemic.View event
Social work by and for all
Join Professor Peter Beresford OBE as he examines a complex time in social work’s history and seeks to offer a realistic route map for the future.View event
My life in a chair
Hear Ify’s incredible story of how a life-changing accident introduced him to social work as a young immigrant in England.View event
Greening social work
Professor Lena Dominelli argues that social workers and social work educators have key roles to play in protecting the exploitation of the environment.View event
Women in leadership
Join Social Work England’s executive director Sarah Blackmore as she reflects with others on how we can encourage more women into leadership roles.View event
What have we learnt in our first year as the specialist regulator for social work?
Join Social Work England’s chief executive and chair of the board as they reflect on 2020, examine our first social work in England report and answer questions.View event
Living a careless life: redefining the narrative for children in care
Luke Rodgers BEM will take you on a journey to understand the impact recording has on the stigmatisation of children, how social care and education clash, and how to overcome it.View event