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As the United States turns more attention to addressing its long history of systemic racism, NASW has released a comprehensive report, “Undoing Racism Through Social Work: NASW Report to the Profession on Racial Justice Priorities and Action.'
NASW joined an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court earlier this year that supports a high school student’s right to free speech while off campus.
After months of lockdowns, masks and no get-togethers, reopenings can bring huge sighs of relief and a lingering feeling of anxiety about community safety.
On May 18, the Illinois, North Dakota and Wyoming chapters held a program for all members, “Mental Illness and Racism: A Look at How Systemic Racism Affects People of Color with Mental Illness.”
The Social Work HEALS (Healthcare Education and Leadership Scholars) program is profiled in honor of the NASW Foundation's 20th anniversary.
NASW’s new publication is organized around a competing values framework and a metatheoretical model of management and organizational effectiveness.
The NASW SPS webinar explores how to ethically share space with our clients while experiencing the same stressor: COVID-19.
Highlight of the NASW Press book “Leading and Managing Nonprofit Organizations.”
Amazon, the nation’s second-largest private employer, announced it will no longer test most of its 1.3 million employees for marijuana.
Connecticut lawmakers passed legislation earlier this year on nursing home reforms that includes lowering the minimum of beds to social worker ratio from 120/1 to 60/1.
The advocacy fight to keep anti-discrimination language in the Social Work Code of Conduct in Texas continued over the summer.
Beginning in April of this year, social work clients must be given immediate access to their health information in their electronic health records without charge.
Social workers play a key role in supporting polices and to advocate for environmental justice for their clients and communities.
NASW has issued a practice alert, “Attention Clinical Social Workers: Optum Pay Update.'
Social workers, along with psychologists and judges, play a key role in determining guardianship of adults who have limited capacity to manage their lives.
The NASW webinar explores how to ethically share space with our clients while experiencing the same stressor: COVID-19.
Read short profiles of the new NASW national board members.
NASW members, sign in to read this issue of Social Work Advocates as a flipbook.
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