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102 International social work… Dr David Jones

Posted by on Sep 16, 2020 in Children & Social Care, Conference, Diplomacy, education, government, health, humanitarian, International, Podcasts, policy, Research, Social Work, social work education, Training | 0 comments

102  International social work… Dr David Jones

Promoting themes such as socio economic health , dignity and work , environmental change, strength of human relationships and protection of the millions of vulnerable people across continents, challenge the basic fundemental commitment of social work policy and practice.

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101 Thank you and thoughts on the media

Posted by on Sep 8, 2020 in education, government, International, Media, Media Training, Podcasts, Social Media, Social Work | 0 comments

101       Thank you and thoughts on the media

I have submitted some videos to the http://thegisw.org website on social work and the media. Please have a look. You may have to enrol ( free ) but there are some great talks and courses. Look under featured courses.

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100 Chair of British Association of Social Workers Gerry Nosowska

Posted by on Aug 25, 2020 in adult care, Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, covid19, education, government, International, law, Media, Mental Health, Newly qualified social workers, Podcasts, Research, safeguarding, Social Work, social work education, Training, Uncategorized | 0 comments

100      Chair of British Association of Social Workers   Gerry Nosowska

In the 50th year of the British Association of Social Workers ( BASW ) it is fitting that my 100th podcast is with the National Chair, Gerry Nosowska.

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099 Christopher Lamb a life in diplomacy Pt 2

Posted by on Aug 18, 2020 in Ambassador, Australia, covid19, crime, Diplomacy, education, environment, government, humanitarian, International, law, Media, Research, Social Work | 0 comments

099 Christopher Lamb  a life in diplomacy Pt 2

Part 2 of this fascinating interview on the power of diplomacy from when Christopher moved to the IFRC. The range of issues and the depth of need in the world is staggering. The constant demand on a macro and micro level to resolve conflict is well known but this gives an insight to the responsibilities and skills of those working to that end.

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098 Christopher Lamb, a life in diplomacy PT 1

Posted by on Aug 14, 2020 in Ambassador, Australia, covid19, Diplomacy, education, environment, government, humanitarian, International, law, Media, Podcasts, policy, safeguarding, Social Work | 0 comments

098 Christopher Lamb, a life in diplomacy PT 1

he served in a variety of embassies, at the Australian Permanent Mission to the UN in New York, as the Department’s Legal Adviser and as Ambassador to Myanmar (Burma) from 1986-89 and to Yugoslavia, Romania and Macedonia from 1997-2000.

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097 Jim Gamble Safeguarding Part 2

Posted by on Aug 3, 2020 in Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, Conference, covid19, crime, education, health, law enforcement, Media, Podcasts, policy, Research, safeguarding, schools, Social Media, Social Work, traffiking, Training, Uncategorized | 0 comments

097 Jim Gamble Safeguarding      Part 2

A wonderful interview with someone who has been incredibly influential in protecting children from abuse.

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096 Jim Gamble Safeguarding Part 1

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020 in abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Children & Social Care, crime, government, International, law, law enforcement, Podcasts, schools, Social Work, social work education, traffiking, Uncategorized | 0 comments

096 Jim Gamble Safeguarding Part 1

Jim Gamble is one of the UK’s leading voices on the safeguarding of children. I’ve known Jim for many years and he has always worked passionately to improve the safety of children. He is widely recognised as a global authority on safeguarding children and was the founding chair of the Virtual Global Taskforce; a former national policing lead for child protection and the architect and CEO of the UK Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre.

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095 Sight Loss and beyond.

Posted by on Jul 20, 2020 in environment, health, Media, Mental Health, Podcasts, Social Work, social work education, Uncategorized, visual impairment | 0 comments

095  Sight Loss and beyond.

This time, I’m pleased to feature Tiggi Trethowan who now has developed almost total sight loss. Her story and thoughts on the traumatic impact is inspirational and she is a welcome addition to the podcasting community.

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094 Black Lives Matter. Wayne Reid. BASW

Posted by on Jul 13, 2020 in black lives matter, education, government, health, International, law, Media, Podcasts, policy, Social Work, social work education | 0 comments

094 Black Lives Matter.  Wayne Reid. BASW

Black Lives Matter has reached huge audiences over the last month or two but how can it be turned into action? Wayne Reid is a professional officer with the British Association of Social Workers and is my guest. He talks of the BLM impact personally and professionally in social work. He found himself writing and speaking widely and draws attention to his thoughts and the association’s thinking as well. His article in Community Care Magazine sets out the thinking. Wayne qualified as a social worker in 2010, but the entirety of his social...

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093 Safeguarding International Schools

Posted by on Jun 29, 2020 in Child Abuse, Children, crime, education, health, International, law, Podcasts, safeguarding, schools, Training, Training Courses | 0 comments

093 Safeguarding International Schools

This recognises the need to offer child protection training to all staff at international schools, whatever their role and in their own language. The CEO is Matt Hastings and he is todays guest on the programme.

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