Exploring social media in relation to social work, social policy and professional social care training. Discussion of vulnerable people and how they are portrayed in the media. Analysis of individual cases and how they are covered in television and printed media as well as online. How social media is impacting on children, families and vulnerable adults.
117 Brian Iselin slave free trade
Brian Iselin Slavefreetrade ….Brian is an Australian/Swedish counter-slavery campaigner. He is a former soldier (6 years) and Federal Agent (13 years) who, for the last almost 20 years has specialised in counter-slavery operations around the world. While posted aboard as a Federal Agent in China, he started seeing human trafficking cases, and switched priorities to […]
116 Lt Joseph E Laramie Ret
Lt. Joseph E. Laramie, ret. Program Manager National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical College
Joe has been involved in protecting children for over three decades in senior law enforcement positions.
115 Human Traffiking. Follow the Money.
ATII stands for the Anti Human Traffiking Intelligence Initiative .http://www.Follow the Money Fight Slavery.org a non profit organisation promoting corporate responsibility,awareness raising,intelligence integration,technical advancement and data collaboration. Sam Graber is the chief Communications Officer of ATII
114 Children’s Hospice South West
I talk with Laura Robertson from Children’s Hospice South West about how we offer end of life care to our young children and their families. Laura joined Children’s Hospice South West back in June 2017 after many years of fundraising for both small and large charities. A career that that she did not anticipate when […]
113 Christina Gabbitas Children’s Author
Christina Gabbitas http://www.christinagabbitas.com is an award-winning children’s author who has encouraged over 25,000 children nationally with an annual poetry initiative, giving her a Dame Beryl Bainbridge award in 2015 for her work and Sue Ryder Education Award in 2016. Founder and Trustee of Children’s Literature Festivals
112 Sir Peter Wanless Chief Exec NSPCC
Peter Wanless has been the Chief Executive of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children since June 2013. The charity’s longstanding purpose is to prevent cruelty to children, something it seeks to achieve through a mixture of service delivery, research, influencing, advocacy and campaigning.
Another great episode
I would love to hear an episode on supervision
Social World Podcast
Great insight into many contentious topics. With many experienced guests. Gives the listener a real feel of whats happeneing in todays social work world.
Mark - (Social Work Student)
Filling the gap
So useful to have these podcasts to fill the gap in reporting in the media. Yes the papers and sometimes digital media talk about these issues but more often than not they are skated over. Good stuff.