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Friday 20 April:

Workshop Stream 1, 2.30- 3.30,

1 Isn’t it time social workers had more say in social work?

Peter Beresford and Suzy Croft (1 hour)

Chair: Dan Morton/ Venue: South Essex College, GC 16

2. UK Social workers: Working conditions and well being research.

John McGowan, Social Workers Union (1 hour)

Chair: Norah Duckett/ Venue: South Essex College, GC 17

3. Working with asylum seekers and refugees

i) Sarah Draper – Palliative care, especially with asylum seekers and people with No Recourse to
Public Funds (20 minutes)

Nabeela Talib – Legal issues when working with asylum seekers (20 minutes)

Chair: Gert Scheepers/ Venue: The Forum (University of Essex), TF.0.35

4. Isobel Drew – Othering, oppression and the spectre of institutional racism: The murder of Bijan
Ebrahimi and its proximity to social work (20 minutes)

Heidi Dix, Garfield Hunt and Sue Hollinrake - Anti-racist Social Work Practice, research based upon
student experiences (20 minutes)

Chair: Lauren O’ Connell/ Venue: South Essex College, GC18

5. Poverty, destitution and social work

Andrew Hayes – Poverty and SW practice (20 minutes)

Durani Rapozo – Destitution and ageing asylum seekers (20 minutes)

Chair: Tim Sneller/ Venue: South Essex College, GC19


6. Mark Baldwin and Marie Porter – Anarchy and Social Work

Darren Hill and Emma McCallan - ‘Radical’ and ‘Relationship’ Social Work

Chair: Steven Jordan/ Venue: The Forum (University of Essex), Main Lecture Theatre

7. E Speed and D Taggart – Mental health, stigma, and participation (20 minutes)

Racheli Goldberg and Barnetz – Psychological costs of racism to whites: An extension of the model
(20 minutes)

Chair: Thomas Currid/ Venue: The Forum (University of Essex), TF.0.34

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Saturday 21st April:

Workshop Stream 2

11.45- 12.45

1. Social Workers Without Borders - an overview of their year in action (1 hour)

Chair: Vasilios Ioakimidis/ Venue: The Forum (University of Essex), TF.034

2. Peter Unwin and Guy Shennan – Defeating the policies of austerity: Talking the walk.. (1hour)

Chair: Malcolm Jones/ Venue: South Essex College, GC16

3. Mari Ebbitt and Beulah Lambert - Art therapy workshop (1 hour)

Chair: Gert Scheepers/ Venue: The Forum (University of Essex), TF.0.35

4. The Crisis in Residential Care of Older People

Gordon Peters – The Last Nursing Home: Osborne, Grove, Haringey and the Social Care Alliance (15
minutes)

Laura Owens – Lessons from the Save Our Bield Campaign in Scotland (15 minutes)

Matthew Dickinson – Organising Unions in Private Care Homes (15 minutes)

Chair: Mark Baldwin/ Venue: South Essex College, GC17


5. Iain Ferguson – Politics of the Mind: Marxism, mental distress and social work (20 minutes)

Stephen Jordan – What are radical relationships? The interplay between relationship based social
work and radical social work (20 minutes)

Chair: Lauren O’ Connell / Venue: The Forum (University of Essex), Main Lecture Theatre

6. Richard Purdie – Capitalism and Childhood: a Marxist account of school bullying (20 minutes)

Tonia Grochowska – Service User Input: the experience of the Youth Social Action Group – (20 min)

Chair: Tim Sneller/ Venue: South Essex College, GC18

7. International Issues

The work of the United Cyprus Social Work Platform - Gregory Neocleous, Ayse Ozada,
Agamemnonas Zahariades, Buse Erzeybek, Stelios Gregoriou (20 minutes)

Maria Lucia Garcia - Racial issues and social work n Brazil (20 minutes)

Chair: George Papaleonidopoulos/ Venue: South Essex College, GC19

Important: Delegates who would like to attend sessions in Southend College should meet our
conference stewards 10 minutes before the start of the session by the stalls in the Atrium space. Our
conference stewards will direct you to the relevant classrooms.

Delegates who would like to attend sessions in The Forum (University of Essex) should meet our
conference stewards 10 minutes before the start of the session by the College foyer. Our conference
stewards will direct you to the relevant classrooms.