NAPSWI Life Time Achievement Awards 2018- Vimla Nadkarni

IASSW congratulates Prof. Vimla Nadkarni, Immediate Past President for NAPSWI Life Time Achievement Awards in 2018 NAPSWI is one of the largest organisations of professional social workers in India, have instituted NAPSWI Life Time Achievement Awards in 2013. NAPSWI feel honored that it has conferred this award in past years to the esteemed distinguished social work educators such as Prof…

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IASSW President – Latin America visit

Prof. Annamaria Campanini IASSW President is visiting different parts of Latin America to involve schools in these area to participate in IASSW activities and increase the school membership from Latin America region. In Chile, Universidad de Valparaiso opened the IV conference on Clinical social work In Santiago. Prof. Annamaria Campanini met the Rector of INACAP…

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EASSW 2019 Madrid Conference

Dear Colleagues, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, IASSW school member is organizing the EASSW 2019 Conference in Madrid. CALL FOR ABSTRACTS & EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION CALL FOR ABSTRACTS–        Opens: July 6th, 2018. –        Closes: October 15th, 2018. For more details please contact: cc Carlos (eassw2019@ucm.es), the Conference Secretariat, as he is the person in charge of…

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Info on Worldwide Therapy Online

Cybercounselling Online, Level 1 September 14th – December 20th, 2018 This course is for experienced counselling practitioners who want to offer professional, ethical online counselling to their clients. We cover video, live text-chat and email-style communications methods. You will engage in hands-on text-based work with both asynchronous (secure email) and synchronous (chat) approaches. Registration Regular…

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IASSW statement on the Supreme Court of India’s decision

IASSW statement on the Supreme Court of India’s decision IASSW acknowledges the monumental judgment taken by the Honorary Supreme Court of India’s decision to scrap certain provisions under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code that criminalised homosexuality. In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court in India scrapped the controversial Section 377- a 158-year-old colonial…

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