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Better communication could break down barriers and improve the health of Roma people

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Compass Jobs Fair

Jobs Fair

09:30

25 Nov 2024

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25 Nov 2024

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Compass Jobs Fair - London

COMPASS Jobs Fair, London - 25 November 2024

Come and spend the day with us at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square in central London for the latest employment, training and career development opportunities in social work and social care.

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Right to Remain

Online

10:00

17 May 2024

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17 May 2024

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An introduction to the Young Asylum Guide

Right to Remain works with communities, groups and organisations across the UK. We provide information, resources, training and assistance to help people to establish their right to remain. We challenge injustice in the immigration and asylum system.

In September 2023, we launched the new guide to our friends and allies working with young people in the sector. On 17 May, we will be hosting a workshop on how to use the Young Asylum Guide. This workshop is targeted towards people who work with young people but do not have a detailed understanding of the asylum journey.

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The Social Work Show

Conference

08:30

7 Oct 2024

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7 Oct 2024

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The Social Work Show

The leading event for social workers in the UK.

We are excited to welcome back The Social Work Show which will be held on 7 October 2024 at the Hilton Deansgate, Manchester. It is well-established as the leading event for all social workers from Newly Qualified to Senior Practitioners as well as commissioners and service providers.

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Iriss

Online conference

08:30

9 May 2024

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9 May 2024

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Hidden issues in rural social work and communities

Events in this webinar series are put together by the Rural Social Work (Scotland) Forum, with partners from Iriss, Scottish Association of Social Work (SASW), University of the West of Scotland, Lancaster University and University of the Highlands and Islands, along with representation from Argyll & Bute, Dumfries and Galloway, Highland, Orkney and the Western Isles, as well as the Social Work Education Partnership hosted by Social Work Scotland.

The conference will explore hidden issues and injustices in rural communities and the role of rural social workers. It aims to challenge prevailing myths and stereotypes, and make these more visible in thinking about policy and practice. In doing so it will celebrate what is good about rural social work practice, while not shying away from challenges for the future.

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Social Work History Network

Online

07:30

24 Apr 2024

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24 Apr 2024

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Contested values of social work in time and place: Exploring ‘origins of social care and social work’

Two presentations by Mark will be followed by a live panel discussion with Prospera Tedam (Dublin), Linda Harms-Smith (Pretoria) and Sarah Banks (Durham) who will focus especially on the ethical challenges for social work in a diverse, post-colonial world.

This international webinar explores ‘The Origins of Social Care and Social Work’ (Policy Press, 2022) in which Professor Mark Henrickson (Auckland, New Zealand) argues that European and North American notions of helping – or managing – poor and marginalised people have deep roots in religious texts and traditions which continue to influence contemporary social work.

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