Attitudes

Gypsy Travellers: Human rights and social work’s role

Insight 35

Gypsy Travellers have an important place in modern day Scotland with a heritage and culture that should be celebrated and valued. The fact that they are often not, points to deep seated prejudices that should be positively challenged.

Discretion in local authorities - Tony Evans

Glasgow School of Social Work research seminar

Social work, attitudes to organisation rules and professional freedom. Dr Tony Evans is a national member of the SPRING steering group. He is an Associate Professor in the School of Health and Social Studies at the University of Warwick. He previously taught at Southampton, York and Oxford Brookes. Before this he worked as a social worker in mental health, and subsequently in forensic social work in the health service.