Celebrating Black Voices – 24 May 2022
Continuing the series of Celebrating Black Voices events, we particularly wanted to celebrate local voices for this event. The afternoon […]
Celebrating Black Voices – 28 October 2021
Following the positive feedback received from the previous event in May 2021, and to round off Black History Month, we […]
Celebrating Black History: Proud to Be
Thank you to colleagues who joined us for the Teaching Partnership’s Black History Month Celebration Event on 4th October. We […]
Celebrating Black Voices: In Memory of George Floyd
One year on from the tragic murder of George Floyd, the Teaching Partnership team felt it was important to do […]
Blog Post: Introducing Sutton’s Anti-Racist Practice Lead
15.3.2021 By Nashan Wilson, Anti-Racist Practice Lead for London Borough of Sutton. Hi – Im Nash, the Anti-Racist Practice Lead […]
Celebrating Black History Month
Please find below our special edition newsletter, Celebrating Black History Month.
#BAMEOver – A Statement for the UK
Please use this link to access a powerful statement about the acronym ‘BAME’.
How to promote an anti-racist culture in social work
Wayne Reid sets out his advice for social work leaders in tackling racism within their organisations and the profession as […]
Selection of Useful Resources – June 2020
Video – Systemic racism explained Community Care Article – Black Lives Matter: social work must respond with action – not […]
Anti-Racist Social Work Literature
An image taken from Twitter depicting a number of examples of recommended anti-racist social work literature.
George Floyd and BLM: Statement of Solidarity
A statement of solidarity from the Developing Together Social Work Teaching Partnership following the death of George Floyd: Like you, […]