Celebrating Social Work Week 2023
World Social Work Day took place on Tuesday 21 March. The day is an chance to shine a light on social workers' achievements, reflect on shared global values and champion the extraordinary work of the profession.
We've been highlighting the work of some of our fantastic social workers on our Education and Training social media channels all week. Take a look at the tweets below to find out more.
This year’s theme is “Respecting diversity through joint social action.” To find out more, visit the International Federation of Social Workers website.
It's World Social Work Day – and we’re celebrating our amazing colleagues. 👏 In this podcast by @MattersPodcast, hear @ShantelThomas77, course lead for our #SocialWork Master's degree, share her journey as an Anti-Racism lead @BASW_UK. #WSWD2023— Training at the Tavi (@TaviTraining) March 21, 2023
Listen 👉 https://t.co/czGV2aONqh pic.twitter.com/BmnlusRAAg
During #SocialWorkWeek2023, we're celebrating our social workers.— Training at the Tavi (@TaviTraining) March 22, 2023
In this article from the Journal of #SocialWork Practice, Philip Archard, course tutor for our doctoral programme, explores the theory and practice of research interviewing.
Read now 👉 https://t.co/aBNaHy4KHM pic.twitter.com/XBFvUNUBrL
#SocialWorkWeek2023 is a great time to hear personal stories.— Training at the Tavi (@TaviTraining) March 23, 2023
In this podcast by Social Worker Matters, @adosylvia, course lead for our postgraduate diploma, speaks to a retired nurse who experienced #Racism during her career.
Listen now: https://t.co/BtPDAEpBIz #SocialWork pic.twitter.com/kIEGAme0wc
#SocialWorkWeek2023 is a time to connect.— Training at the Tavi (@TaviTraining) March 24, 2023
Edited by @tanya_tavi, our professional doctorate course lead, Principles of Practice is a new text, drawing on the experiences of Principal Social Workers to shed light on contemporary issues.
Read now 👉 https://t.co/Adc67Gmq94 pic.twitter.com/LACC2WcOYC