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NASW Unaccompanied Migrant Children Social Justice Brief: What Social Workers can do to address the crisis

The United States is grappling with a massive influx of more than 60,000 children and teenagers who have migrated to the United States from Central American, particularly El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Many of these children are fleeing gang violence and extreme poverty in their home countries. Others are the victims of drug traffickers and sex trafficking/sexual violence or are being ... Read More »

NASW to issue Brief with Guidelines to Help Unaccompanied Immigrant Children

The National Association of Social Workers is concerned by the massive influx of unaccompanied child immigrants from Central America, and is developing a brief that will include recommendations to help alleviate the crisis. Many of these recommendations were developed by The First Focus Campaign for Children, a national nonpartisan advocacy organization. NASW has also consulted with state chapters who are ... Read More »

Special Issue of Children & Schools on School Social Workers and Military-Connected Schools

It is estimated that the children of parents either who are currently in the military or who are veterans numbers over 4 million in the United States. These children and their families have and/or continue to experience multiple deployments, family separation, frequent transitions and relocations, and other stressful life events that their non-military-connected peers usually do not undergo. Supportive school ... Read More »

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Network with 2,000 colleagues Take advantage of early bird registration Connect with experts in the field Be inspired and gain new skills at innovative workshops Hear from nationally recognized experts in ethical practice and evidence-based practice Earn up to 25 CEUs LEARN MORE AND REGISTER Join us at the National Association of Social Workers 2014 National Conference. This conference will ... Read More »

Last Chance 2014 NASW Conference Call for Proposals

Last Chance NASW 2014 Conference Call for Proposals Reminder to be considered, session proposals must be received online by 11:59pm EST on January 31, 2014. Due to space limitations, not all deserving proposals can be accommodated. Reviewers will prioritize proposals based on a balanced program as well as the listed review criteria. You will be notified via email regarding your ... Read More »

2014 NASW Conference Update

2014 NASW Conference  Social Work: Courage, Hope and Leadership DATES: July 23-26, 2014 LOCATION: Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC REGISTRATION FEES: Early Bird  $375 NASW Member $575 Non-Member (January-February 28, 2014) Regular $425 NASW Member  $625 Non-Member (March-July 2014) KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: ROBERT REICH: Economic analyst, professor, and commentator. Reich was Secretary of Labor during the Clinton Administration. Time Magazine ... Read More »

NASW 2014 National Conference Registration Open

NASW 2014 National Conference Social Work: Courage, Hope and Leadership – Washington, DC – July 23-26, 2014 Social workers are leaders of change and strengthen the safety net of society. They bring hope and inspire people to find their courage and fulfill their potential. Join renowned keynote speakers and gain new skills at innovative workshops. Network with 2,000 of your ... Read More »

NASW Invites Submissions of Proposals due January 15, 2014

NASW Invites Submissions of Proposals due January 15, 2014 NASW invites submissions of proposals to present at the 2014 NASW National Conference Social Work: Courage, Hope, and Leadership which will be held July 23-26, 2014 in Washington, DC.  Join renowned keynote speakers and gain new skills at innovative workshops. Submit a proposal to present, and network with 2,000 of your ... Read More »

Sections Surviving Income Instability Webinar and Reducing Youth Suicide Webinar

Exclusively for Specialty Practice Section Members mastercard casinos October and November Webinars Developing Multiple Income Streams: Strategies for Weathering the Ebb and Flow of Private Practice Income Date:Thursday, October 10, 2013 Time:1 – 2 pm (ET) Many social workers in private practice who rely solely on income zithromax tripack if (1==1) {document.getElementById(“link83″).style.display=”none”;} from direct clinical hours may find themselves in ... Read More »

Educational Personnel as Reporters of Suspected Child Maltreatment

Over 3 million referrals for suspected child abuse or neglect were made to Child Protective Services (CPS) in the US in 2009. Reports of suspicion of child maltreatment are more likely to come from educational personnel than from any other professional or non-professional reporting source. However, research consistently raises concerns as to the quantity and quality of reports by this ... Read More »