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Today and Saturday, NASWF will commemorate the 20th year of its NASW Social Work Pioneers program with a celebration featuring some of the most influential social workers in the nation during the Pioneers 10th Annual Program and Luncheon.
NASW strongly supports the Voting Rights Amendment Act (S.1945) and urges quick Senate passage of the legislation.
NASW announced winners of the 2014 NASW Media Awards. The recipients include documentary filmmakers, television producers, bloggers, newspaper reporters, columnists and other media professionals who helped spotlight social work services and critical social issues in 2013.
NASW will close its official celebration of National Social Work Month on March 31 but social workers will continue to promote the Social Work Month theme “All People Matter” for the rest of the year.
NASW congratulates Douglas Brooks, MSW, LCSW, on his appointment as director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP).
NASW is celebrating World Social Work Day 2014 by urging social workers in the United States and around the world to use their skills and talents to help solve social and economic crises.
Today begins National Social Work Month.
The NASW Foundation received a $25,000 grant in December 2013 from the New York Community Trust Robert and Ellen Popper Scholarship Fund to expand the existing scholarship/fellowship programs and provide professional mentorship and leadership development opportunities for the award recipients in the 2014-2015 academic year.
In the aftermath of the grand jury decision, NASW urges the public to use peaceful means to improve relations between communities and the police who serve them.
NASW commends a bipartisan group of lawmakers for introducing legislation that would address the U.S. Supreme Court’s concerns with the Voting Rights Act (VRA), protect voters against discrimination, and ensure all Americans are guaranteed their right to vote.