In this podcast, we consider how social workers engage with religion and belief. We discuss how our personal and professional values interact and how we engage with other people’s beliefs. We also look at how social workers can help to overcome discrimination in this area.
In this podcast we talk about the impact for social workers of working from home. We consider the benefits and drawbacks around connection, accessibility and time, and we look at what the future might hold.
In this podcast, we consider oppression relating to race and ethnicity, the importance of anti-racism in social work, and how social workers can enhance their role in challenging racism.
In this podcast, we consider the social model of disability and how social workers can work alongside people with disabilities to challenge and overcome barriers to inclusion.
In this podcast, we explore the evidence of inequality relating to age and how age is considered in social work practice. We consider how social workers can change the narrative around age and challenge ageism.
Throughout Series 6 we are looking at equality and anti-oppressive practice. In this podcast we revisit the ethics and social work role around fighting discrimination, and the theories that support this.
Series 6 runs from 2020-21. Throughout this series we will look at equality and anti-oppressive practice. We will start off with revisiting the ethics and social work role around fighting oppression, and the theories that support this. Each month, we will look at evidence of inequality relating to a protected characteristic in the England Equality Act – for example age. We will consider how social workers can challenge discrimination and uphold rights. Throughout the year, we will also record podcasts about current issues that affect social work.