Approved by the IFSW ExecutivePolicyIFSW promotes the need for international trade agreements to be socially just, fair and sustainable as measured against the World Fair Trade Organisation’s principles, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the standards of the International Labour Organisation and consistent with the IFSW Ethical principles.
Traducción: Lola Casal-SánchezDeclaración Global de Principios Éticos del Trabajo SocialEsta Declaración de Principios Éticos (de aquí en adelante referida como la Declaración) sirve como marco general para que los trabajadores sociales trabajen en pos de los más altos estándares con respecto a su integridad profesional.
Global Social Work Statement of Ethical Principles: This Statement of Ethical Principles (hereafter referred to as the Statement) serves as an overarching framework for social workers to work towards the highest possible standards of professional integrity.
This policy statement has been drafted in response to the following resolution of the General Meeting 2012:That this General Meeting:Acknowledges that in every sector of society in all corners of the world significant numbers of children are sexually abused, that the majority of such children go unrecognised as they are too frightened, unable, not listened to or prevented from revealing what is happening to them and that such an experience is likely to affect their health and well-being for the rest of their lives.
The following definition was approved by the IFSW General Meeting and the IASSW General Assembly in July 2014:Global Definition of the Social Work Profession“Social work is a practice-based profession and an academic discipline that promotes social change and development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people.
IFSW POLICY STATEMENT1 IntroductionThis policy provides guidelines regarding the working environment required for: effective and ethical social work practice; alignment of organisational and social work practice objectives; protection of the interests of service users; and promotion of good standards of practice and quality services.