World Social Work Day
Popular Scottish rock band surprises social workers at World Social Work Day celebration in Edinburgh
Platinum, indie rock band cousins, James and Rab Allan from the Glaswegian act Glasvegas put in a surprise performance at the Scottish Association of Social Worker’s (SASW) annual awards ceremony
IFSW members from all over the world have celebrated WSWD with the common theme ‘Promoting the Dignity and Worth of Peoples’
Professional Social workers, Practitioners and Students in Kochi, Kerala, India
Dr Rory Truell, IFSW Secretary-General
The Guardian have published a part of the IFSW Secretary-General’s speech that will delivered on WSWD at the UN Aids: Rethinking Social Protection as a Platform
We are fast approaching World Social Work Day: 17th March 2015
There are many events being organised under the joint banner ‘Promoting the Dignity and Worth of Peoples’. On this link
IFSW President Dr Gary Bailey along with other Executive Members mark the occasion of World Social Work Day with written and video messages.
See the messages and videos.
Dr Rory Truell, Secretary-General of The International Federations of Social Workers 2014 World Social Work Day Message.
Each year World Social Work Day takes on new energy and significance. All of
Mr Raed Amira, Dr Rory Truell, Dr. Mosaad Awes, Dr. Lubna Abed Al Majeed
Social workers from throughout Egypt and international guests from Palestine, Yemen, Sudan and Germany meet at Helwan
IFSW Secretary-General, Dr Rory Truell congratulates The General Union for Sociologists, Social Workers and Psychologists in Yemen for their significant programme of development: being launched on World Social Work Day
The International Federation of Social Workers, International Association of Schools of Social Work and International Council on Social Welfare are pleased to announce the next phase of the countdown to
‘The creativity and determination of social workers in the face of funding cuts, salary reductions and the growing stigmatisation of poor and disabled people was evident at the biennial conference