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Tag Archives: National Association of Social Workers

NASW Mississippi Chapter calls for removal of Cindy Hyde-Smith from ballot for U.S. Senate

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The National Association of Social Workers, Mississippi Chapter is calling for the immediate removal of candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith from the ballot for the U. S. Senate. Hyde-Smith, a white Republican from Mississippi, was at a speaking engagement in Tupelo and responded to praise about her from host with “If he invited me to a public hanging, I’d be on the ... Read More »

Learn about NASW Press at CSWE’s Annual Program Meeting

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Learn more about what is going on at NASW Press at the  Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting on Nov. 8-11, 2018, in Orlando, Fla. NASW Press will and NASW Membership will share double booths 521 and 523 in the exhibit area. Feel free to drop by. NASW Press will be selling books at 10 percent discount with ... Read More »

NASW joins amicus brief supporting Philadelphia’s authority to prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ people in foster care program

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Voice for Adoption, The North American Council on Adoptable Children, The National Association of Social Workers, and The Child Welfare League of America yesterday filed an amicus brief supporting the City of Philadelphia’s authority to prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ individuals in its foster care program. Fulton, et al. v. City of Philadelphia, et al., pending in the US Court of ... Read More »

Meet NASW’s New CE Tracker

You’ve spoken, and we’ve listened. We’ve heard time and time again how hard it is to keep track of all the state mandated requirements for your license renewal, so we’ve created something that will make the process easier. Meet  CE Tracker. CE Tracker is an online tool developed to help you figure out exactly what you need to renew your social ... Read More »

NASW official: Japanese American World War II internment camp survivors show solidarity with today’s immigrant children

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As the nation continues to witness the chaos resulting from the Trump Administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of separating children from their parents when they enter the United States, many organizations including the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) have decried this cruel, inhumane and immoral policy.  Social workers along with many other mental health professionals are shocked that our government has been engaged ... Read More »

Join NASW on June 30! Stand up for immigrant children and their families

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NASW is joining with partners to promote the June 30 national protest rally and mobilization against the Trump Administration’s “Zero Tolerance” Family Separation Policy. The Zero Tolerance Family Separation Policy has caused the separation of families entering the United States. With his Executive Order last week President Trump stopped the policy of separating families as they enter the United States. There are, however, ... Read More »

How to Volunteer to Help Immigrant Children Separated from Family

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Social workers eager to help immigrants who have been separated from their children have a wealth of resources at their disposal. The truth is one of them. National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Board Member Guadalupe G. Lara, LMSW, an expert on social work and immigration, is encouraging social workers to advocate for these children and “to speak to some of the ... Read More »

Check out these program additions to the 2018 NASW National Conference!

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The 2018 NASW National Conference is just a few days away, and we can’t wait to see you in Washington next week. Here are some exciting additions to the program, available to conference registrants free of charge: Personalized career development services for NASW National Conference Attendees, brought to you by the NASW Career Center and the Consortium for Career Development in Social ... Read More »

NASW files amicus brief supporting Texas foster children who seek to be free from risk of unreasonable harm

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The National Association of Social Workers and the National Association of Social Workers Texas Chapter an filed an amicus brief in M.D. v. Abbott  in the U.S. Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit that could result in a nationally important decision on the constitutional rights of children in state custody. M.D. v. Abbott is a class action lawsuit brought against the ... Read More »