VIDEO CLIPS TO WORLD SOCIAL WORK DAY 2016
THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL WORK DAY MARCH 15th 2016 : EASSW PUTS AN FOCUS ON SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE IN EUROPE THAT IS IN LINE WITH THE SECOND THEME OF THE GLOBAL AGENDA
This is the fifth year that we are encouraging you to participate in a joint European action on World Social Work Day using social media. This year we are inviting all European countries to participate. It is easy: you just record a short clip and send to the EASSW (see specific instructions here.

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The first Palestinian university to join our association

06 February 2016

 The first Palestinian university to join our associationEASSW is delighted to announce that Bethlehem University has become the first Palestinian university to join our association. We are looking forward to working closely with our palestinian social work colleagues towards the advancement of social work education in the region and internationally.

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World Social Work Day on March 15th under the title Promoting the Dignity and Worth of Peoples

01 February 2016

World Social Work Day on March 15th under the title Promoting the Dignity and Worth of PeoplesDear EASSW members,

This year we celebrate the World Social Work Day on March 15th under the title Promoting the Dignity and Worth of Peoples. The celebration provides a chance for the social work schools including educators and students to present our roles and concerns for the very ...

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Social Work in the Context of Armed & Political Conflict Symposium,16 March 2016

23 January 2016

Social Work in the Context of Armed & Political Conflict Symposium,16 March 2016The ongoing refugee crisis, acts as a reminder of the critical, complex and at times contentious nature of social work in the context of armed and political conflict. The history of social work is full of inspiring examples of unconditional commitment to peace, social justice and solidarity with the...

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Regarding the detention of 27 academics by the Turkish government

21 January 2016

It is with great concern that we heard about the recent detention of 27 academics by the Turkish government. Among them there is one social work academic employed by a member school of our Association. After reviewing the case very carefully we have come to the conclusion that this has been a grave ...

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