IASSW statement on Natural Disaster and Climate Change

IASSW statement on Natural Disaster and Climate Change The world is seeing an increasing number of disasters globally – earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, flooding, drought and wildfires.  Each event brings untold misery to human beings, the plants, animals and ecosystems of the territories affected.  IASSW members reach out to those affected – sometimes they too…

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Global Social Service Workforce Alliance

  Social Service Workforce Week Day 1: Why We Need to Advocate for a Strong Workforce: http://www.socialserviceworkforce.org/resources/blog/why-do-we-need-advocate-strong-social-service-workforce   Social Service Workforce Week Day 2: How Does the Social Service Workforce Contribute to SDGs Related to Violence?http://www.socialserviceworkforce.org/resources/blog/how-does-social-service-workforce-contribute-sdgs-related-violence

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University of Swaziland-two positions

The social protection system technical assistance in the Kingdom of Swaziland (supproted by EU),  would like to recruit and employ non-key experts for short time in research teaching and field education specializations to assist the University of Swaziland. ToRs for the two positions are as below: ToR for NKE in Academic field education training ToR…

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Terremoto en Mexico

La IASSW manifesta su apoyo y solidaridad con las víctimas y las personas afectadas del terremoto que ha sacudido hoy México,  causando destrucción y muertos. Una vez mas es la población más  pobre a pagar el precio más alto. Como profesores de Escuelas de Trabajo Social somos comprometidos a preparar trabajadores sociales que no solo  sean capaz de ayudar la population afectada en el momento critico y en…

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2020 conference site: joint statement by IASSW and ICSW.

2020 Conference site: Joint statement by International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) and International Council on Social Welfare (ICSW)   The tripartite meeting of International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), International Council on Social Welfare (ICSW) partners to finalize the selection of the host city for the 2020 Joint World Conference…

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Kigali March, 2018 conference

Kigali March, 2018 conference The East Africa Centre for Research and Innovation in Social Work (CRISOWO) is pleased to invite you to the International Social Work Conference that will take place from 20 to 22 March, 2018, to coincide with World Social Work Day. The conference will address the following theme: Professional Social Work and Sustainable…

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IASSW Statement on Flood in various countries

 International Association of Schools of Social Work Statement on Flood in various countries The International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) is appalled by the extensive human suffering, loss and grief and environmental damage caused by the recent monsoon season in Asia, especially in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan.  China has also been badly…

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Book- Internationalizing social work education

Internationalizing social work education IASSW is proud to announce its new publication titled “Internationalizing Social Work Education, Insights from leading figures across the globe” authored by Gurid Aga Askeland and Malcolm Payne and published by Policy Press, UK. The book traces the history of the establishment of international social work education after World War II…

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EXTENDED CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF SOCIAL WORK EXTENDED CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS The IASSW Nominating Committee is looking for nominations to three vacancies on the IASSW Board of Directors. There is one position open for Treasurer (years of serving: 2018-2022), and two positions for Member at Large of the Board of Directors…

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