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From Newsletter 4, Autumn 2011Sweta Rajan-Rankin and Peter Beresford offer some critical observations on the Munro Review of Child Protection
From Newsletter #1 Spring 2010
The Social Work Taskforce recently published its Final Report. What will this mean for practitioners and service users at the front line? Mark Baldwin presents an overview of its main recommendations, and argues that it fails to address major issues such as funding, social work values and service user involvement.
by Michael Lavalette, December 2009
The final report of the Social Work Task Force was launched last week to much aplomb. Government Ministers immediately accepted all 15 recommendations and Ed Balls and Andy Burnham told those present that the Government would push ahead with legislation as soon as possible in 2010.
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