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 […]
The World Social Work Day poster for 2019 is now available. IFSW President Silvana Martinez invites social workers and organisational partners to co-brand the poster and send language translations to be displayed on the IFSW website. Dr Martinez said: World social work day and our joint actions are not only a demonstration of the […]
Dear Colleagues, Greetings to you all. Please note that IFSW Africa Region is calling for nominations for individuals interested to fill the role of commissioner. There are currently two vacant positions as listed below: 1. IFSW -Africa Region Representative on the Ethics Commission 2. IFSW -Africa Region Representative on the Indigenous Knowledge Commission Nominees will […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 18, 2018 CONTACT: Joachim Mumba IFSW Vice President African Region GROSS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE CAMEROON We the Social Workers in the Africa Region are concerned with the gross human rights violations in both the Southern Cameroons and the Northern Provinces of Cameroon. We are concerned by not only because […]
Africa Executive Committee IFSW-Africa Region is one of the five 5 regional structures of the IFSW. The region is the richest in culture and natural resources but lags behind socio-economically. The importance, therefore of the Social Work profession in the Region cannot be overemphasised. You may send your news items to Africa email@example.com and they will be […]
This international conference will address issues such as rampant poverty, community and environmental sustainability, and the challenges of sustainable development in Africa. As part of celebrating World Social Work Day 2018, the conference delegates will join hands and march on the streets of Kigali; they will have the chance to visit a genocide memorial in the heart of Kigali city, and they will enjoy the hospitality and cultural richness of Rwanda.
SWAZ is a professional body of Social Workers in Zambia that aspires to promote and protect the interest of social work profession in Zambia. SWAZ exits to benefit both its members as well as the clientele receiving social work services who includes communities, groups, families and individuals. Among these benefits and services include; endeavouring to […]
Name of the President: Mr. Sylvain Nzohabonayo Number of members: 640 Year when the Association was established:2015 Year when the Association joined IFSW: 2015 Statutes National Social Worker´s Association in Burundi Code_Ethics National Social Worker´s Association in Burundi Poster WSWD 2019 – Kirundi The National Association of Social Workers in Burundi “NASWA-Burundi” was created in March […]