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How many hours should low-paid parents be expected to work? Universal credit (UC) pilots launched today provide an insight into government thinking on this question. Over the next year or so, 15,000 working families in receipt of UC will be randomly subject to different levels of ‘in-work conditionality’ requiring them…
Introducing video games as a means of bringing older adults in long-term care together may not always be an easy task, according to new research. Previous studies have shown the positive effects of motion-based video games, such as those available on the Nintendo Wii or Microsoft Kinect systems, on the…
Social workers from across Europe will be turning up at workplaces within the UK for a series of seminars on the final day of the IFSW European Conference and Social Services Expo in September. The event aims to give practitioners a chance to learn about an area of practice in…
A call center in New Zealand dedicated to child welfare matters is collating data on families in order to see if patterns can be spotted, and child abuse prevented as a result. Whilst New Zealand is at the cutting edge of child welfare policy, the use of data to effectively…
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