Travel to Brazil with NASW and Explore International Social Work

Apr 7, 2011

There are only a few spaces left for social workers with relevant experience to travel to Brazil with NASW Executive Director Betsy Clark October 15-24, 2011 as a member of the People to People Social Work Delegation.

Consider an investment in your career that will last a lifetime. You could benefit from over 50 years of People to People exchanges as you:

  • Build lasting partnerships with your peers overseas through formal meetings, discussion sessions, and site visits
  • Deepen your understanding of your profession and enhance your value to your organization by networking internationally while earning continuing-education credits
  • Enjoy immersive cultural experiences and take in iconic sights
  • Make a global impact—not only advancing your field, but also gaining international perspectives

This delegation will specifically focus on the following topics of discuss throughout the trip:

  • Rights of women
  • Racial inequality
  • Crime and prisoner reentry
  • Services for the aging
  • Structure of social work practice in Brazil
  • Violence against street children

 

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