Two British social work educators are invited to Myanmar to offer a short course in social work training. Read of their experiences in the International Guardian Hub – an IFSW Media Partnership.
Members of BNASW on World Social Work Day 2014
Kgomotso Jongman President of Botswana National Association of Social Workers explains the problems facing the profession. The BNASW is an active IFSW Member:
The roots of the social work profession are grounded in the principles of peace and social justice. Social workers in North America are united by our respective Codes of Ethics
Peace is the way to freedom and self-determination for every human being. Everyone has a right to be free and freedom is a precondition of sustainable peace.
Social Workers are committed
Public statement by the Japanese Coordinating Body for IFSW, concerning the humanitarian disaster currently taking place in Gaza
We, the Japanese social workers who belong to the Japanese Coordinating Body for IFSW (International Federation of Social Workers), make the following statement, based on the values and ethics of
Le 15 août 2014 – La profession du travail social est enracinée dans les principes de la paix, de la justice sociale, de la dignité et de la valeur de
The following statement was issued on Friday 15 August by the Canadian Association of Social Workers with comments by Morel Caisse, CASW President and IFSW President for North America.
Public statement by IFSW Asia Pacific Regional President and Member-at-Large concerning the humanitarian disaster currently taking place in Gaza
We affirm the public statement from IFSW and support the United Nations position on Gaza. We live in the Asia Pacific Region with numerous languages, cultures, religions and races, and
War is always horrible and it is a lose-lose situation.
Social workers rarely create the situations in which we intervene; we react to people’s needs at any given time. In Israel,
The National Association of Social Workers – USA briefing paper on the implications for local social worker of the Global Agenda
IFSW welcomes The National Association of Social Workers – USA briefing paper on the implications for local social workers of the Global Agenda for Social Work and Social Development.