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Request from East Tennessee State University (ETSU)

East Tennessee State University (ETSU) in Johnson City, Tennessee, U.S., recently joined IASSW.  As a faculty member, I am honored to be assisting our department in adding both Indigenous and international components to our curriculum.  Currently, I am in the process of revising MSW course titled Social Work Foundations II which focuses on working with communities and organizations; and Practice

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IASSW- International Projects :Project Funding − Call for Proposals

IASSW Grants for Projects in Social Work Education IASSW invites proposals for projects, that are designed to advance social work education internationally. Grants of up to US $4.000 are available for proposals that can be expected to contribute to the implementation of the IASSW Mission Statement, and to the enhancement of collaboration among schools of social

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Global questionnaire : Social Work Research

Global questionnaire about the state of the art of research at different social work schools, countries and regions 2019/2020 is available at: https://www.iassw-aiets.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Global-Questionnaire-IASSW.ON-RESEARCH-GLOBAL.pdf Please complete and return the questionnaire to: [email protected]

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Notice of a UN side event -IASSW co-sponsoring

High Level Political Forum 2019 Side Event: Lived Experiences of Inequality (SDG 10): Grassroots Respond: 16 July 2019; 1:00- 3:00PM At CCUN, 777 UN Plaza, E 44th Street, NY 10017 CONCEPT NOTE Inequality has increased in most if not all countries of the world over the last few decades. This trend was accelerated by the

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Handbook on Social Policy and Development

Professor James Midgley has led the editorial team for a groundbreaking book that provides a coherent case to enhance collaboration between social policy and development. The Handbook of Social Policy and Development, edited by James Midgley, Rebecca Surender and Laura Alfers, discusses a myriad of ways in which this can be done, exploring both academic

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SWESD 2020: CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Dear Colleagues,CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS OPEN NOW: The SWESD 2020 International Scientific Committee is pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the JOINT WORLD CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT: PROMOTING HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS: BRIDGING THE FUTURE! Authors are warmly invited to submit abstracts for Oral, Symposium, Workshop, Regional dialogue and Poster presentations and

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Call for articles /submission Social Dialogue#21

Call for articles /submission Social Dialogue#21 Dear Colleagues, In the next issue of social dialogue # 21 we would like to address the topic “What are the current issues facing social work education and practice in your country at this moment in history ” (PS  I  will think of shorter title later!). There are no specific guidelines or tips – just what you are working on now with regard to the profession and the many contemporary issues facing it currently.It

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Statement launched on the attacks of President Bolsonaro’s policies against university education and the development of research and science in Brazil

English Version: https://www.iassw-aiets.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Brasil_Bolsonaro_Education_versionEnglish-1.pdf

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MANIFIESTO POR LOS ATAQUES DE LAS POLÍTICAS DEL PRESIDENTE BOLSONARO CONTRA LA EDUCACIÓN UNIVERSITARIA Y EL DESARROLLO DE LA PESQUISA Y LA CIENCIA EN BRASIL

Spanish Version: https://www.iassw-aiets.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Brasil_Bolsonaro_Education_versionSpanish.pdf

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Internationalizing Social Work Education Insights From Leading Figures Across the Globe

Read an interview with the Katherine Kendall Award winner 2018, Dra. Marilda Villela Iamamoto: https://policy.bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/internationalising-social-work-education

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