Coming up to World Social Work Day we are pleased to share this call for papers from New Zealand which seeks papers on any aspect of Global Social Work.
It’s great to see the work of Scottish charities who are fighting gender inequality around the globe being celebrated today. Here we share a new article by Link Community Development and Scotland’s International Development Alliance. We are proud that two ScOPT Trustees are involved with the work of one of the organisations mentioned, the Mamie Martin Fund.
World Social Work Day is an opportunity for social workers, worldwide, to celebrate our profession and the difference it makes to our workplaces, communities and governments. How will you celebrate?
Service user and carer involvement in social work education has been mandatory for nearly 15 years now, with students and graduates valuing this highly. There is a lot of learning to share so why don’t you come along to this event on 17 April in Edinburgh!
“There are compelling philosophical, policy and practice reasons to put relationships at the heart of social work”.
Sue Downie writes about a project to improve the research ‘mindedness’ and online searching skills of social work staff.
Callling all those involved with practice teaching in any way!
Practice learning is taking place in a time of significant change in Health & Social Services, where partnership working has never been more important. Practitioners, Practice Educators and students will find this new tool helpful in developing skills and knowledge in working in partnerships.
Find out what’s happening in the Year of Young People 2018!
Looking Back, Moving Forward, ScOPT’s annual learning event, November 2017, provided food for thought and generated ideas to inform ScOPT’s Action Plan for 2018. Read all about it!