The Irish Association of Social Workers: Tackling the Declining Numbers of Social Workers


Social work is a very challenging profession, but one that is highly rewarding. However, recently there are number of social workers in the profession are declining. With vacancies unable to be filled, vulnerable children are therefore left at risk. Negative media attention and’social work bashing‘ by politicians could be a reason for this.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.socialworkhelper.com

The Irish Association of Social Workers (IASW) is a voluntary professional body which aims to improve social work practice standards, enhances the perception of social work and uses expertise to influence the development of policy, both locally and globally.

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One Response to The Irish Association of Social Workers: Tackling the Declining Numbers of Social Workers

  1. I like how negative media attention for example is viewed as a possible cause for fewer social workers rather than wonder why this is: that is, they lie, twist the facts, invent evidence and manipulate situations to go in their favour. A case of the usual for SS: blaming others when things go wrong instead of themselves.

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