12th April 2021

Academic Mentor and lecturer delivers seminar on engaging BAME fathers during lockdown as part of an international antiracism virtual Summit hosted in the US.

Anti-Racism Virtual Summit 2021 The summit attracted over 3,000 practitioners including social work academics, lecturers and students studying social work.
30th March 2021

“What is Self-care and why is it so Vital?”

The North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership held the first (of two) “What is Self-care and why is it…
18th March 2021

Anti-Racism in Social Work Practice Webinars with Liz Howard and Wayne Reid

The North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership in conjunction with British Association of Social Workers (BASW) will be…
9th March 2021

Homelessness and COVID-19 Conference hosted by London Metropolitan University

DATE: 25/03/2021 TIME: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm LOCATION: ONLINE – Collaborate WHO IS IT…
15th February 2021

Bullet Tongue Reloaded hosted by London Met Lab

Virtual Event Date: 09 March 2021, 16:30 – 18:30 A topical, hard-hitting, powerful and authentic show…
22nd January 2021

Success for East End Archive

Books featuring work by renowned photographers move quickly to the second edition, and project to feature on BBC Radio London.
19th January 2021

Mental Health & the Workplace: Applying understandings of ‘Personality Disorder’ to facilitate effective practice – ONLINE Event

North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership in conjunction with Mark Wheeler is holding a free event for social workers…
19th January 2021

Hungry London: why are more people using food banks?

All are welcome to hear from and pose questions to experts on food poverty, and produce magazines, blogs, TV and…
5th January 2021

Displaying Social Work through Objects

Article on Social Work through Objects by Mark Doel is available to download if you…
29th December 2020

Social Work Academic Mentor to deliver course on positive father involvement for teaching partnership

Kevin Brazant is a lecturer, coach and currently lectures on both the BSc and MSc Social Work programmes at London…
29th December 2020

Practice Education Webinars with Siobhan Maclean

North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership in conjunction with Siobhan Maclean recently held webinars for Practice Educators. Facilitating…
29th December 2020

A Survey of Thoughts:* advice in hindsight, to newly qualified social workers

“If you could go back in time and talk to yourself as a newly qualified social worker, what is…
29th December 2020

Social Work head wins funding to explore impact of COVID on LGBTQI+ Communities

The Head of Social Work, Donna Jones, has been part of a successful research bid to London Met’s Transformation…
8th December 2020

Adult Social Care Winter Plan

The Council has published its plan setting out how adult social care services will respond to the pressures of winter. …
3rd December 2020

NELTP good practice highlighted in DfE and DHSC Evaluation

The good practice of the North East London Social Work Teaching Partnership (NELTP) has been highlighted in an evaluation of the Department of Education (DfE) and Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) nation-wide teaching partnerships programme.
2nd December 2020

Interdisciplinary team to explore impact of COVID-19 on LGBTQI+ communities in Lambeth

A team from the School of Social Professions at London Met – including Head of Social Work Donna Jones –…
1st October 2020

From moments to movements: Black History Month at the University of East London

Be the change you wish to see in the world Anulika Ajufo, our Chair of the Board of Governors and…
1st October 2020

Black History 365

Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs made a commitment to interrogating London Met’s curricula choices to advance anti-racist practice at the University.
4th September 2020

Sharing expertise on bereavement and social work

A new book, journal article and two conference talks from Dr Denise Turner will explore death and dying in the…
31st July 2020

Mentors needed to support local young people

Scores of young people bursting with potential are waiting for local people to come forward as mentors to support them.
24th July 2020

Community creates opportunity in Harold Hill

Residents in Harold Hill will be leading the way locally when a new initiative aimed at making community connections and…
23rd July 2020

Council announces funding for grants of up to £15,000 for local charities alongside community crowdfunding initiative

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels The Council is launching the second round of its pilot grants programme for small…
10th July 2020

The power of collective mourning

Dr Denise Turner reflects on the #StarsInMemory campaign, a collective act of remembrance for the Social Work and Social Care…
26th June 2020

Staying well and safe this summer with Covid 19

Temperatures are set to rise to around 29c and residents are being asked to take extra care. Due to the…
29th May 2020

Collaboration between Social Work academics and students to create timely mobile app

The app has been cited as an example of good practice by the Digital Capabilities for Social Work project. Dr…
8th May 2020

London Met launches new research on COVID-19 in the community

The study will look at people’s experiences of the lockdown measures and their impact on individuals and communities. 12 May…
4th May 2020

Death, Dying and Social work under COVID-19

Dr Denise Turner, Senior Lecturer in Social Work, examines some of the pressures now put on social workers as people…
30th April 2020

London Met donates £14k of food to vulnerable Islington residents

The food, which would normally have been sold in London Met’s canteens and catering outlets, will be distributed to vulnerable…
21st April 2020

#AllTogetherNowWF – Pearl

The COVID-19 has been a difficult time for everyone, but through it communities have come together and people have…
16th April 2020

#AllTogetherNowWF – Alexa

The COVID-19 has been a difficult time for everyone, but through it communities have come together and people have…