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International Federation of Social Workers

March 2019

WSWD 2019: Round table on social workers standing up for human rights

March 19 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm UTC+2
Centre de Conference Internationales Geneve, Rue de Varembé 17
Geneva, 1211 Switzerland
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This year the World Social Work Day, 19 March, promotes the importance of human relationships. It is a key day in which social workers worldwide stand together to celebrate the achievements of the profession and take the theme message into their communities, workplaces and to their governments to raise awareness of the social work contributions and need for further action. In celebration of this day, the International Federation of Social Workers, Avenir Social and the Office of the United Nations…

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September 2019

THE 2019 ASIA-PACIFIC REGIONAL SOCIAL WORK CONFERENCE: Social Work Partnerships Towards an Equal Society

September 18 - September 20
NIMHANS Convention Centre, Hosur Main Road, Lakkasandra, Hombegowda Nagar
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560029 India
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The 25th Asia-Pacific Joint Regional Social Work Conference (2019) will be held at Bengaluru, Karnataka State, India, between 18th and 20th of September 2019. A pre-conference seminar will also be held on 17th September. This is a biennial Joint Regional Conference of International Federation of Social Workers – Asia Pacific (IFAP ) and Asian and Pacific Association for Social Work Education (APASWE) and hosted by INPSWA – India Network of Professional Social Workers’ Associations in collaboration with the Dept. of…

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July 2020

SWSD 2020: The Global Social Work Agenda – The Next Ten Years

July 15, 2020 @ 8:00 am - July 18, 2020 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0

This conference will finalise a global consultation process that will set the strategic priorities for the social work profession from 2020 to 2030. Social work is the fastest growing profession in the world as more governments and employers recognise the powerful impact that social workers have in communities. Lower crime rates, better health outcomes, more people accessing work and education are outcomes of social work professionals supporting people to take charge of their own futures and realise their aspirations. As…

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