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Event: NASW’s Healthy Families, Strong Communities Project

September 17, 2010 4:30pm – 6:30pm National Association of Social Workers (NASW) 7th Floor Conference Room 750 First St, NE Washington, DC 20002 Refreshments provided for an event on: Promoting Human Rights of Women and Girls Globally: The Intersection of Social Work and Family Planning Services This event coincides with the United Nations mobilization campaign: STAND UP, TAKE ACTION, END ... Read More »

Social Workers Prepared to Help Victims of Haiti Earthquake

NASW encourages members to get involved WASHINGTON DC—In the aftermath of the deadly earthquake in Haiti this week, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is issuing an alert to its nearly 150,000 members to help support recovery efforts for victims and their families.  In disasters such as this, social workers are uniquely suited to assess the disaster environment in ... Read More »

HIV Travel Ban Lifted in US

January 4th marked a critical moment in social change – the official end of the HIV/AIDS related entry, stay and residence restrictions (more commonly known as the “travel ban” ) in place since 1987. NASW Social Work Speaks policy statements clearly support the removal of the ban, and views this and related restrictions as discriminatory and limiting a client’s right ... Read More »

Human Rights Day – December 10, 2009

Embrace diversity. End discrimination. Background On December 10 the world celebrates Human Rights Day.  Every year, Human Rights Day marks the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948. This year the theme is focused on non-discrimination. The Role of Social Workers Social work is fundamentally a human rights profession.  ... Read More »

Stand Up and Take Action to End Poverty on October 16-18th

On these days, millions of people all around the world will take part in a united action of standing up in support of the end of poverty and the fulfillment of the Millennium Development Goals. Social workers can play a key role on this day, as they do every day fighting against poverty in the U.S. and around the globe. ... Read More »

Social Workers in the News – June 15, 2009

Carole Bowdry, social worker who confronted child abuse, dies at 71 “Carole Bowdry spent most of her career confronting a problem that some people would rather have just ignored: child abuse.” Dallas Morning News Social workers, psychologists to aid religious courts in divorce “Social workers and psychologists could soon become an integral part of the country’s religious legal system, with ... Read More »