Internet radio podcast for Scotland's social services

Internet radio for Scotland's social services

15 August, 2016

Challenging child protection: new directions in safeguarding children

This is the third of three episodes in a seminar series entitled, 'Critical perspectives on child protection'. In this seminar, Janice McGhee and Professor Lorraine Waterhouse, explore the...


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15 August, 2016

Social workers’ communication with children involved in child protection

This is the second of three episodes in a seminar series entitled, 'Critical perspectives on...
15 August, 2016

Reforming child protection insights from Australasia

This is the first of three episodes in a seminar series entitled, 'Critical perspectives on...
8 August, 2016


In this episode, Michael McEwan speaks to Sheryl Walker, PR and Marketing Co-ordinator for C-...
8 July, 2016

Social pedagogy in practice at Camphill Scotland

Social pedagogy is an approach to working with people which focuses on relationships as a way to...
24 June, 2016

Neighbourhood Networks

Michael McEwan speaks to Lauren May, Network Manager for Glasgow about Neighbourhood Networks and...
17 May, 2016

Acumen - giving mental health service users and carers a voice

Michael McEwan speak to Pauline Vance, Development Worker at Acumen, about its supports and...

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Michael McEwan

I used to work for Scottish Commission for Learning Disabillity where I travelled to present to different...

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Scottish Attachment in Action

Scottish Attachment In Action (SAIA) is an interest, campaigning and learning and development organisation....

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Brigid Daniel

Brigid Daniel is the Head of Social Work at the...

University of Stirling

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