Welfare conditionality is about linking welfare rights to ‘responsible’ behaviour. Project Director Professor Peter Dwyer and team members will present first wave findings from the largest ESRC-funded research project of its kind, and invite discussion.
Professor Martin Webber, academic lead for Making Research Count in Yorkshire and the Humber and Director of the International Centre for Mental Health Social Research, will lead this interactive day on mental health social work.
Sharon Shoesmith has recently been awarded a PhD for her thesis on the responses to the familial
homicide of Baby P. At this event she will focus on what can be learned and how social workers should respond.