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It’s time to pick up the new issue of Social Work News which is available to read now!

As always, we’ve worked incredibly hard to bring you an enjoyable yet informative read which showcases some of the best talent within the social work profession.

You may have noticed that last issue featured a new look and style. We’ve developed this further this issue and we hope that you love it as much as we do – we think it reflects the diverse and vibrant community that is the social work sector!

This issue, we’ve explored how the profession is continuing to evolve and we’re delighted to bring you exclusive interviews with Caroline Dinenage MP, Minister of State for Care and Maris Stratulis, BASW’s England Manager. In these articles you can learn more about what the government is prioritising for adult care and what BASW think about the pressing issues facing social workers daily.

Last year we launched the Social Work Circle column – an opportunity for you to get involved in the magazine. We’ve been absolutely delighted with the success of it, and more of you are actively asking to contribute towards the magazine than ever before. This issue, we’re particularly excited to publish an exclusive article from Nasheen Singh from Westminster City Council’s Children’s Services. Nasheen uses her article to highlight why it’s so important to encourage Black and Asian practitioners to apply for leadership and management positions. Her article is hugely compelling and motivational – you’ll love it!

We’re always looking for new contributors to get involved in the magazine – if you would like to be part of our Social Work Circle, then please email us

Elsewhere in the magazine you can read:

  • What social workers need to know about understanding brain injuries
  • SHARE – an innovative new social work model
  • A review of some of the latest social work text books
  • You share your opinions with us in our latest “have your say” feature
  • What it’s like working at the London Borough of Newham
  • What life is like for social workers in the Channel Islands

As always, reading Social Work News doesn’t just have to be for pleasure, it can also count as a valid CPD activity. All you have to do is state what you have learnt from reading this magazine – you can even write down your thoughts via our downloadable CPD log!

We hope you enjoy this edition of the magazine – please feel free to share your thoughts with us via the email address above.
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