Why social workers are marching 100 miles in protest against austerity

BASW along with people who use social services, have organised a march from Birmingham to Liverpool to call for an end to the UK government’s austerity policies. Over seven days, starting on 19 April, social workers, service users, carers and others will walk almost 100 miles, visiting food banks and social care settings under threat from funding cuts along the route, to hear from those whose lives have been devastated by austerity.

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An article in The Guardian too – click here