Building a Safe and Confident Future wins sector praise

March 2010
Community Care;3/25/2010, Issue 1811, p9
The article reports that several British social work leaders have broadly welcomed the Building a Safe and Confident Future: Implementing the recommendations of the Social Work Task Force.


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