Invitation to participate in research on Ethical Challenges for Social Workers During COVID-19
 
We would like to invite you to participate in research conducted by the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and an international Social Work Ethics Research Group consisting of academics from a number of countries, coordinated  by Professor Sarah Banks, Durham University, UK. The purpose of the study is to examine the ethical challenges faced by social workers globally during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a social worker, or social work student, you are eligible to participate. Please click on the relevant link below, which will bring you to the online form in which we will ask you to share experiences during the pandemic. These experiences would be of situations where you had difficulty determining the right course of action to take. Later, there will be an opportunity to follow-up your answers with a more in-depth virtual conversation, if you are interested.
 
For further details or queries contact: [email protected]ac.uk
 
The deadline for responses is Monday 18th May, 2020
 
The survey is available in several languages. Please click on the relevant link below, which will give you more information about the research.  You can look at this before deciding whether to participate.
 
 
 
Sarah Banks
 
Professor of Applied Social Sciences &
Co-Director, Centre for Social Justice and Community Action 
Department of Sociology
Durham University
 
Webpages and publications: www.dur.ac.uk/sass/staff/profile/?id=747
 
Centre for Social Justice and Community Action www.dur.ac.uk/socialjustice/