United Kingdom Malayali Social Workers Forum

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http://www.brunel.ac.uk/social-work/news-and-events/news/race-racism-and-social-work The annual conference on 17th July 2017 was a grand success. More than 40 members were attended and a number of people from Brunel university also participated and actively involved in the morning session. The topic, Race-racism and social work in conteporary Britain was lead by Prof Bernard, Brunel University. The session was consisted with a presentation first, then a group discussion and open discussion on each group's suggestions. Afternoon session was election of new working committee and plan for next year. The conference was winded up by 4:00PM. Wish all the members who participated and the members who supported this event a grand success. UKMSW Forum 

UKMSW FORUM (United Kingdom Malayali Social Workers Forum)

UKMSW Forum is a professional organisation of qualified Social Workers hailing from Kerala state in India who are currently registered with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) in the United Kingdom.

The purpose of this forum is to promote good Social Work Practice and celebrate the academic, career and practice achievements of the members. The forum will function as an avenue for its members to exchange skills, knowledge and experience with other colleagues and partner agencies.

By joining the Forum, our members are committing to the values set out within Social Work Code of Ethics and enjoy a range of services and benefits offered by the Forum. The forum aims to bring together more than 200 Malayali Social Workers currently working across the United Kingdom in various Local Authorities and Voluntary Organizations.

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