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The National Association of Social Workers has announced California state lawmaker Luis Alejo is recipient of its National Elected Official of the Year of the Year Award for his outstanding work improving the economic well-being of others and helping vulnerable immigrant populations.
The National Association of Social Workers Foundation (NASWF) has announced social worker Joan Ditzion is the recipient of its Knee/Wittman Lifetime Achievement Award for her decades of work advocating for gender equity and the humans right of women, especially women who are older adults
The National Association of Social Workers Foundation (NASWF) has awarded social worker, author and public speaker Brené Brown the prestigious International Rhoda G. Sarnat Award for her work in significantly enhancing the public image of the social work profession.
These tragic incidents have again focused attention on sensible gun laws, policing, and race relations in the United States. NASW hopes these issues will be addressed peacefully.
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) offers its condolences to the family and colleagues of three slain Baton Rouge law enforcement officers and urges legislators, the police and the public peacefully come together to address gun violence, enact sensible gun laws, and help police improve relations with the communities they serve.
NASW is appalled by the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and again urges reforms that would help end racial profiling and excessive use of police force and improve relations between police and the communities they serve.
NASW has announced Memphis area resident Mildred Richard Edwards is recipient of its annual National Public Citizen of the Year Award for her outstanding work advocating on behalf of people living with HIV/AIDS.
NASW has announced North Carolina social worker John Cowart is recipient of its National Social Worker of the Year Award for his outstanding and compassionate work improving the well-being of our nation’s veterans.
NASW applauds the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on June 27 to strike down Texas’ stringent laws concerning abortion clinics.
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) had joined a number of national child welfare organizations on an amicus brief in support of Obama’s DAPA executive action. If the court had ruled as NASW and other advocates had wished it would have prevented millions of families from experiencing emotional and economic insecurity caused by the fear of deportation.