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A European Expert Group (EEG) conference on the transition from institutional to community-based care was held in Brussels on 16 January 2020, to evaluate the progress made in the...
Research in Practice and Professor Gail Kinman and Dr. Louise Grant (University of Bedfordshire) have published their latest work “The SWORD Change Project”. This project aims to provide social work...
A newly published survey by Skills for Care has unveiled some interesting facts regarding the Social Work profession and the challenges its professionals undertake daily. The survey found that 59% of...
New regulations for recording continuing professional development (CPD) are changed by Social Work England. Social workers have to record CPD every year under the annual registration. They will have...
A newly published report from Malta, conducted in 2018 by the Foundation for Social Welfare Services (FSWS), unveiled statistics on the work of the Youth Services of Agenzija Appogg National Support...
Diageo Hungary introduced a new family-friendly policy on July 1, that allows parents (mothers or fathers) to qualify for up to 26 weeks of paid leave in their child's first year. According to Gábor...
Within the framework of the 23rd AGOTA camp, an agreement was signed to strengthen the cooperation between the experts of the Csongrad County signalling system. The agreement was initiated by the...
About the webinar: The webinar is designed for all professionals working in the area of social work. It aims to discuss the obligations of universities related to development of the social sphere by...
Standard Operating Procedures for the Protection of Victims of Trafficking and Potential Victims of Trafficking, hereinafter the Procedures, are drafted to implement the Strategy for the Fight...
 NASW in partnership with ASWB, CSWE, and CSWA worked to create a uniform set of technology standards for professional social workers to use as a guide in their practice. The four associations formed...

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