IASSW response on Japan earthquake

IASSW response on Japan earthquake The earthquakes of 14 and 15 April 2016 that devastated many places in Kumamoto on Kyushu Island has killed several people, injured 1500 others, and left thousands homeless as buildings, transportation routes, and hospitals were destroyed by a 6.2 MW and 7.0 Mw earthquake. Japan is one of the countries…

IASSW response to Ecuador Earthquake

IASSW response to Ecuador Earthquake IASSW is saddened to hear of the terrible loss of life and property following a 7.8 Mw earthquake in coastal provinces of Manabi, Guayas, Santo Domingo, Los Rios, Esmeraldas and Galapagos, on the northwestern coast of Ecuador. States of emergency have been declared for all these areas, and the cities of…

MESSAGE FROM EASSW AND IFSW EUROPE FOLLOWING THE TERROR ATTACKS‏

MESSAGE FROM EASSW AND IFSW EUROPE FOLLOWING THE TERROR ATTACKS‏ The European Association of Schools of Social Work (EASSW) and the International Federation of Social Workers – European Region (IFSW Europe), representing European social work practitioners, academics and students in unison, express our collective shock and outrage with the recent horrible terrorist attacks that happened in Brussels, Ankara and Istanbul and…

IASSW Statement on human dignity

IASSW Statement on human dignity The International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) is committed to a just and inclusive world and endorses human dignity as a social work value and human right which is reflected in social work education programmes, educational strategies and policies, and research. The IASSW is committed to inclusiveness by…