Social Justice Briefs

young black man's arms pulled back by police officer

NASW has set five social justice priorities to address over the next year — voting rights, criminal justice reforms, juvenile justice, immigration reform and economic justice and equity.

Within this set of social justice priorities are four sub-priorities – health and behavioral health equity, racial and population-based discrimination, matters involving courts such as U.S. Supreme Court and federal judge nominations and environmental justice.

Social Justice Issue Briefs provide an overview of these topics in a focused, researched and concise package.


Contact

For more information about Social Justice Issue Briefs, contact: 

Melvin H. Wilson, LCSW
Manager, Department of Social Justice & Human Rights
mwilson@naswdc.org


Congressional Briefing

"Black Lives Matter: Social Work and the Future of Policing"

This briefing, co-sponsored by NASW, highlights challenges and solutions for achieving equal opportunity and justice, promoting smart decarceration and eliminating racism.