2022 Virtual Symposium, "(Re)centering: Social Work & Abolition—An Abolitionist Take on Social Work"

NASW Minnesota

Mark Wills 0 149
(Re)visioning our format

In lieu of our annual fall conference, we have put together a symposium that will feature one session every month between January and April 2022, concluding with our Social Work Summit in May 2022. Symposium content will focus on (re)defining the status quo of our profession. In each session, we will unpack a pressing issue and discuss bold approaches to meet the challenges of tomorrow. We will create space for multiple truths as we challenge ourselves to unlearn, evolve, lead, and follow into the future of social work.

2022 Virtual Symposium, "(Re)imagining Ourselves—A Deep Dive into Pay, Autonomy, Diversity in the Field & Other Factors Influencing Daily Realities"

NASW Minnesota

Mark Wills 0 63
(Re)visioning our format

In lieu of our annual fall conference, we have put together a symposium that will feature one session every month between January and April 2022, concluding with our Social Work Summit in May 2022. Symposium content will focus on (re)defining the status quo of our profession. In each session, we will unpack a pressing issue and discuss bold approaches to meet the challenges of tomorrow. We will create space for multiple truths as we challenge ourselves to unlearn, evolve, lead, and follow into the future of social work.

2022 Virtual Symposium, "Social Work Summit: (Re)creating—A Culminating Discussion of Ideas & Creation of an Action Plan"

NASW Minnesota

Mark Wills 0 77
(Re)visioning our format

In lieu of our annual fall conference, we have put together a symposium that will feature one session every month between January and April 2022, concluding with our Social Work Summit in May 2022. Symposium content will focus on (re)defining the status quo of our profession. In each session, we will unpack a pressing issue and discuss bold approaches to meet the challenges of tomorrow. We will create space for multiple truths as we challenge ourselves to unlearn, evolve, lead, and follow into the future of social work.

The Muslim Social Worker

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 176
6 p.m.

Join us as a panel of Muslim social workers discuss the intersection of Islam and social work, mental health and social service concerns of the Muslim community, and how racism and Islamophobia impacts their work and delivery of services.

Revolutionize Social Work Town Hall

NASW New York State

Mark Wills 0 165
6 p.m.

Over a year after racial justice and anti-racism was a front-page issue in our society and profession, we want to check in and see if there has been transformative change in our schools, practice, and association.
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