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Recordings of Online Events

Here you can access recordings of the online events run by the Teaching Partnership and its partners – one advantage of working during a pandemic!

If you’re looking for recordings of our Practice Education Workshops, please visit this page.

Kingston University Annual Social Work and Social Care Conference – 17.3.21

To complement the social work celebrations during World Social Work Day and Social Work Week, Kingston University held its annual Social Work and Social Care Conference on 17.3.21 – ‘New thinking and practice in services for domestic violence and abuse’ – and there were 487 in attendance. We heard from multiple speakers in the morning followed by an afternoon of a choice of workshops. You can access recordings of the conference below:

Part 1

Brid Featherstone/Kate Morris – The change project and setting the agenda for domestic abuse

Nicole Jacobs – The role of the domestic abuse commissioner and the domestic abuse bill

Amanda McIntyre (For Baby’s Sake) – breaking the cycle

Part 2

John Devaney – Children living with domestic violence: effects on children’s well-being

Rose Lewis and Ivy MacCarthy (Sistah Space) – Bridging the gap for services for African heritage women and girls

Anna Mitchell – Safe & Together: working in partnership with children’s services

Kingston University Webinar: Lessons and future directions for social work in England – February 2021

Kingston University Webinar: Beyond the Toxic Trio – exploring demand typologies in children’s social care – October 2020


Presentation Slides

BASW: Anti-Racism in Social Work with Wayne Reid – September 2020