Behavioral ethics is a new area of scholarship and research emerging
from the fields of cognitive psychology and business management. This
presentation explores the question of how “good” people can engage in
“bad” actions without being aware of the unethical nature of their
behavior. Implications for social work practice are explored.
This webinar explores the historical
context on the impact of race on social work policy, services,
interventions, and hiring procedures. Discuss the role and violations of
the Code of Ethics in social work practices. Lastly, address the
solutions to how social workers can use the code of ethics to ensure
that all communities are treated and served equally.
In this panel discussion, social workers engaged in activism shed light
on how we can ethically partake in social activism and movements for
This webinar reviews the ethical obligation to think from a systems
theory perspective when there are changes to the practice setting. This
webinar will review standard models of policy analysis and reiterate the
key need social workers have to become consumers of public policy in
order to better challenge and shape it.
This round table discussion addresses contemporary issues in politics and social
work ethics. National
experts weigh in on today’s political climate and the ethical
implications of social work practice and administration.