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NASW Social Work Talks podcast gives us an opportunity to explore topics that social workers care about and to hear from social work experts and pioneers.
Our guests in this episode are Heidi McIntosh, Deputy Director of Programs at NASW; and Julie E. Shroyer, MSW, Senior Policy Advisor at Polsinelli a top Washington, DC law firm.
We talk about the skills that social workers bring to the table, the importance of social workers participating in the 2018 mid-term elections; and the challenges of advocating for the disadvantaged in the current political climate.
With this year's conference just days away, we speak again with the conference organizers to give you idea of what you can expect, whether you attend in person or virtually.
May is Foster Care Month, so we speak with Matt Anderson and Malissa Flores, two social workers from the Children's Home Society of North Carolina who partner with public agencies to help kids move from foster care into permanent families.
Joan Levy Zlotnik, PhD, ACSW, discusses how public policy is an important part of social work and how social workers are working to shape policy.
In this episode, we speak with Bob Arnold, Director of NASW Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization that supports NASW's educational, research, training and charitable initiatives.
NASW Director of Ethics & Professional Review, Dawn Hobdy, speaks about how the Code of Ethics changed, examples of challenges that social workers face, and how NASW is helping social workers meet the challenges they face every day.
By attending the 2018 NASW National Conference, you can enjoy pre-conference workshops, keynote presentations, plenary sessions, an advocacy program, more than 100 break-out sessions, special events and more.
NASW's Social Justice & Human Rights Manager, Melvin Wilson, speaks about our current social justice priorities and how we work in coalition with other organizations.
Happy Social Work Month! We speak with NASW CEO Angelo McClain about why Social Work Month is important, NASW initiatives for the coming year, and more.
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