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The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest association of professional social workers. Our members serve all communities and all populations. Here you can find the latest news from NASW. Read Social Work Advocates, press releases and statements; browse past issues of NASW News, learn about Social Work Month activities; get facts about social workers; find social work research and data; or visit one of our blogs.

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News Releases


  • NASW Opposes Appointment of Steven Menashi to Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
    Nov 14, 2019

    Appointment would roll back civil and human rights protections

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  • NASW joins "Mental Health for US" Coalition
    Nov 08, 2019

    Bipartisan group is working to ensure mental health, addiction addressed by 2020 election candidates

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  • NASW Foundation celebrates 25th Anniversary with Washington D.C. Cosmos Club event
    Nov 08, 2019

    Foundation will induct 26 influential social workers as NASW Social Work Pioneers

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  • NASW Mourns the Death of Social Justice Champion Rep. Elijah Cummings
    Oct 23, 2019

    Congressman supported voting rights, civil rights and other issues important to social workers

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  • NASW Opposes Appointment of Steven Menashi to Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

    Nov 14, 2019


    Appointment would roll back civil and human rights protections
    Read More

  • NASW joins "Mental Health for US" Coalition

    Nov 08, 2019


    Bipartisan group is working to ensure mental health, addiction addressed by 2020 election candidates
    Read More

  • NASW Foundation celebrates 25th Anniversary with Washington D.C. Cosmos Club event

    Nov 08, 2019


    Foundation will induct 26 influential social workers as NASW Social Work Pioneers
    Read More

  • NASW Mourns the Death of Social Justice Champion Rep. Elijah Cummings

    Oct 23, 2019


    Congressman supported voting rights, civil rights and other issues important to social workers
    Read More