The NGO Committee for Social Development, the group I work with at the UN,  has prepared a survey on inequalities.
Please help with our survey on inequalities at the community level. Is your social work program involved in community level projects? Are students and/or teaching staff working in community programs or efforts? If yes, please encourage those involved to complete this survey on lived experiences with inequalities. As explained in the letter, the NGO Committee for Social Development at the United Nations is gathering information about inequalities at the grassroots level to bring people’s voices into UN deliberations. IASSW is an active member of the research team and we know that social workers work with those most likely to be left behind. The survey is available in 6 languages and can be answered on line or by downloading the survey.

Here are the surveys in English, Spanish and Portuguese:

There are two options in completing the survey:

Preferred option:  Complete the survey on Survey Monkey in your language at the link here:

Second option:   You can save the document to your computer, complete it, and return it by email as an attachment, to this email address:

Lynne M. Healy, Ph.D.Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor EmeritaUniversity of Connecticut School of Social WorkHartford, CT  USA
Main Representative to the UN, International Association of Schools of Social Work