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Sep 09, 2012

Subjects: Veterans’ training initiative discriminates against some; Not all social workers endorse President Obama; Learning police officers’ jobs helps with therapy; Fulbright article highlights global aspect of social work.

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Sep 08, 2012

NASW has pledged to help educate all social workers about the issues related to the culture and care of U.S. troops as part of Joining Forces, Biden said, an initiative that she and first lady Michelle Obama started last year.

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Sep 06, 2012

Actions on: Finances, NASW Assurance Services Inc., and Governance.

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Sep 05, 2012

Diana Stroud was appointed to the NASW Assurance Services (ASI) board of directors in July, replacing Paul D’Agustino, whose term expired.

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Sep 03, 2012

The gathering, held July 22-25 in Washington, D.C., provided an opportunity to learn, network and renew social workers’ commitment to the profession and to clients, said NASW President Jeane Anastas.

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Sep 03, 2012

Speakers from various disciplines gathered for the session called “LGBTI Human Rights: Building Capacities through National and International Associations and Federations.”

 

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Sep 03, 2012

Social workers in the national news: Lynne Healy, Bernard Curry, Jordana Mansbacher, and Philip Elbaum.

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Sep 02, 2012

How does a fast-growing field such as social work — which requires both the synthesis and application of complex knowledge — not provide one of the more rigorous courses of study in our colleges and universities?

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Sep 01, 2012

By Rena Malai Affordable Care Act clears high court. Supporters of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act hold signs outside the U.S. Supreme Court on June 28 as they await the court’s ruling on the constitutionality of the law. Social workers celebrated on June 28 when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, which paves the way for more than 30 million uninsured people to have health care coverage. The landmark ruling also has the potential to create more jobs for social workers. But the law — most of which should be in place by 2014 — still faces hurdles, as many gove...

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Jul 05, 2012

The Fulbright Program is the international educational exchange sponsored by the U.S. government. In operation since 1946, nearly 310,000 people have been awarded the opportunity to study, teach, conduct research, exchange ideas and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns.

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