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Tag Archives: National Association of Social Workers

Meet NASW National Public Citizen of the Year Mildred Richard-Edwards

The National Association of Social Workers has announced Memphis-area resident Mildred Richard-Edwards is recipient of its annual National Public Citizen of the Year Award for her outstanding work advocating on behalf of people living with HIV/AIDS. “Colleagues have described Mildred as a force of nature because she is always willing to speak on behalf of herself as a person living ... Read More »

In the uproar over police shootings, gun violence and race are children forgotten?

The tragic shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana and Texas have again focused the nation’s attention on race, excessive use of police force and sensible gun laws. But what about the nation’s children and gun violence? Are we overlooking them? Excluding gun-related incidents by law enforcement officers, almost 33,000 Americans die from gun violence each year. And many children are either victims ... Read More »

NASW Responds to Shootings in Minnesota, Louisiana and Texas; again urges policing reforms

NASW STATEMENT: The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is appalled by the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and again urges reforms that would help end racial profiling and excessive use of police force and improve relations between police and the communities they serve. It is also important that we express how deeply NASW is upset about ... Read More »

NASW applauds U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down restrictive Texas abortion clinic laws

NASW STATEMENT: The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) applauds the Supreme Court’s decision on June 27 to strike down Texas’ stringent laws concerning abortion clinics. The importance of the Supreme Court’s 5-3 ruling in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt should not be understated. The high court’s action conforms with and affirms prior decisions that guarantee women’s rights to control ... Read More »

NASW, CCMC collaborate to address growing demand for health care case managers

Joint Commission for Case Manager Certification/National Association of Social Workers Press Release: MOUNT LAUREL, NJ, June 21, 2016— The Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC) and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) are collaborating to address the growing demand for health care case managers by giving more social workers the opportunity to earn the Commission’s esteemed Certified Case Manager® ... Read More »

App puts NASW Conference at your fingertips

The National Association of Social Workers has launched an app that will let attendees its 2016 National Conference in Washington, D.C. on June 22-25 follow the action on their digital devices. The app will let users: View agenda and explore sessions Build a personal schedule Access speaker bios and exhibitor and sponsor information View maps of the Exhibit Hall Connect ... Read More »

Social Work Groups in Connecticut form alliance to advance, promote school social workers

The Connecticut Association of School Social Workers (CASSW) and National Association of Social Workers, Connecticut Chapter (NASW/CT) are very pleased to announce the formation of the Alliance of School Social Workers of NASW/CT. The Alliance, which has been in discussion for over a year, between CASSW and NASW/CT, creates a unified approach to the advancement and protection of school social ... Read More »

NASW Statements on Orlando Mass Shooting

NASW STATEMENT The nation awoke on June 12 to the worst case of a single person committing mass murder with a gun in its history. A gunman killed 49 people and injured more than 50 at Pulse, an Orlando nightclub that serves a predominately LGBTQ clientele. Most of the victims were also Latino. Compounding such a horrific loss of life ... Read More »

NASW takes steps to help influence international drug policy

The United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on international drug policy was held April 18-21. This UNGASS brings together the international community and member countries of the United Nations to discuss principles and strategies to address the problem of drug use and drug trafficking throughout the world. However, much of the agenda and discussions centered on the international crisis ... Read More »