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Latest news

Real Social Work - A 5-point plan for the next Government

We are pleased to announce a new national campaign to give social work a strong public voice and call on the next government to support the profession.

Our manifesto launches at our second annual conference on 12 March - follow us on Twitter using #TCSW15 and #RealSocialWork

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240 social work professionals attend TCSW Conference

Our second annual conference was a great success with keynotes from Eileen Munro and David Pearson, and a wonderful finale by poet and artist Lemn Sissay.

Follow responses and feedback from the day at #TCSW15.

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2015 Annual Members Meeting: minutes published

Thank you to everyone who joined us at Euston Square for our annual members meeting on 5th February. It was a great opportunity to share College news and hear your thoughts on the organisation's future.

Speakers included TCSW Chair Jo Cleary, CEO Annie Hudson, and Neil Hunt, CEO at the Royal College of GPs.

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March edition of Social Work Matters

In this month's issue:

'Implications of the Care Act'
'Mental Health in the Jewish Community'
'
Gaps in care leavers' support'


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Threat of jail for social workers not the answer to abuse in Oxfordshire and elsewhere

The College responds to findings from the Serious Case Review on child sexual exploitation in Oxfordshire, and the Government’s planned criminal sanctions for social workers.

Oxfordshire SCR will have far-reaching consequences

Threat of jail for frontline social workers is not the answer