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NASW PACE prepares for candidate endorsements Oct 21st, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff The NASW Political Action for Candidate Election board of trustees has been reviewing and endorsing federal candidates for the Nov. 4 midterm elections. All 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and 34 of the 100 seats in the U.S. Senate will be contested. As a political action committee, PACE endorses and can choose to financially contribute to candidates from any party who support... 
NASW CEO Angelo McClain letter gives ACA Update Oct 17th, 2014
Dear Colleagues: On Thursday the National Association of Social Workers (NASW)  joined a small group of key leaders— 16 national organizations—at the White House to discuss Affordable Care Act (ACA) implementation with Obama Administration officials. NASW CEO Angelo McClain enters White House to attend an Oct. 16 meeting on the Affordable Care Act. The agenda for the meeting included the overall ACA, the upcoming... 
NASW National Conference: Courage, hope, leadership messages resonate Sep 8th, 2014
By Paul Pace, Rena Malai and Laetitia Clayton, News staff The theme of NASW’s national conference, “Social Work: Courage, Hope and Leadership,” was delivered through speakers’ messages and personal stories throughout the four-day event in July. Brené Brown was among the keynote speakers at the conference. Nearly 2,000 people from 50 states and 12 countries attended the conference in Washington, D.C., where they... 
NASW to issue Brief with Guidelines to Help Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Jul 22nd, 2014
Immigrant children watch a World Cup soccer match at the Nogales Placement Center in Arizona. Photo courtesy of VOXXI. 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,... 
Ten awardees to be honored at NASW national conference Jul 8th, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff NASW awardees will get the red-carpet treatment this month at a special ceremony to be held during the association’s national conference, “Social Work: Courage, Hope & Leadership,” taking place July 23-26 in Washington, D.C. “A Night at the Awards” will feature an actual red carpet for the event to recognize social workers and others who made great strides in helping the profession... 
Experts discuss how to strengthen social work workforce worldwide Jun 25th, 2014
By Rena Malai, News staff The Global Social Service Workforce Alliance held a symposium in April that brought together experts to discuss the importance of strengthening the social service workforce worldwide. From left, symposium attendee Anastasia Mukami; NASW member and member of the NASW Spectrum Advisory Committee Nathan Linsk; and symposium attendee Hailemichael Tesfahun talk during a break at the recent Global... 
Social work departments honored for service in Boston Marathon tragedy Jun 23rd, 2014
By Paul R. Pace, News staff Social workers played a critical role in helping the victims, their families and friends, and the community heal in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings last year. Staff members from Boston Medical Center were among the social work departments that the NASW Massachusetts Chapter honored for their service following the Boston Marathon bombings last year. The NASW Massachusetts Chapter... 
Social workers discuss enrollment process for health care under ACA Jun 19th, 2014
By Rena Malai, News staff Talking to people about their health is all in a day’s work, according to Katie Merrill, an MSW student at the University of Albany School of Social Welfare in New York. MSW student Katie Merrill, left, is part of the contracted navigator program at the University of Albany School of Social Welfare in New York. Students like Merrill guide people who are enrolling for health care under the ACA.... 
NYC Chapter campaigns for equitable salaries Jun 9th, 2014
By Rena Malai, News staff It’s expensive to live in New York City, especially if a salary doesn’t keep up with the cost of living. And social workers who can’t afford to live where they work could get frustrated and move on, leaving behind a deficit of qualified professionals. These are a couple of the driving forces in developing the NYC chapter’s equitable salaries campaign, said Emily Foote, program and communications... 
June is PRIDE Month Jun 6th, 2014
On June 1, 2014, President Barack Obama declared June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. The President’s proclamation outlined the important legislative changes that advance LGBT equity that have occurred at the state and federal level.  The President also noted that the Obama Administration “proudly stands alongside all those who fight for LGBT rights.”    He highlighted important... 

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