UNEMPLOYED SOCIAL WORKERS MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA

UNEMPLOYED SOCIAL WORKERS MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA (USWMSA).

Hereby present strong concerns emerges from government system failure to place qualified social workers across the departmental sectors.

The country faces massive challenges, struggling during Covid 19 declared as pandemic globally and disaster in South Africa. 

The following demands are being proposed to be given serious consideration by government.

  • As USWMSA we demand placement of all qualified social workers to partake duties needed during this pandemic.
  • We demand govenment to prioritise social workers within budget.
  • All departments must put social workers at first as their interventions are crucial.
  • Psychosocial services are needed more than before therefore social workers are to be employed urgently.
  • We demand that social workers given short term contracts be given extension.
  • We demand fair recruitment.
  • We demand that all post offices  across have social workers monitoring social behaviour as there is no social distance practiced during these R350 social relief grant announced by Minister of department of social development.
  • As USWMSA we demand that be a reshuffle urgently as department of social development can not be led by leaders not prioritising south African social services practitioners.
  • As USWMSA we demand that KwaZulu Natal social development must place social workers permanently especially those given three months contract and again further create more social work jobs.

 

The UNEMPLOYED SOCIAL WORKERS MOVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA (USWMSA).

Demand positive outcomes urgently.

Issued by: USWMSA Unemployed social workers in South Africa.


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