Authorization and Accountability
The International Committee interprets NASW policies and Delegate Assembly priorities in developing guidance for the implementation of programs in the areas of international social work education and practice and in advocating for the protection of human rights in the global context.
Additionally it educates and encourages social workers about how international experiences enrich both their social work practice and the profession of social work globally.
The International Committee shall be a board-established national unit.
Members, Terms and Criteria
The Committee shall be comprised of 5 members. The terms of members shall be staggered with a maximum term of 3 years.
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