FSW is pleased to announce that the Volume 20, Issue 2 (2023) of the International Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics has just been published.
Dr Pascal Rudin, IFSW Acting CEO and a member of the IJSWVE Policy board, commented, “The integration of Artificial Intelligence in social work unveils a myriad of opportunities, from enhancing service delivery to introducing innovative solutions for age-old challenges. However, it’s imperative that we also remain vigilant to the ethical dilemmas and potential pitfalls AI might bring. This issue serves as a testament to our profession’s commitment to navigating the AI landscape with the core values of social work in mind.”
Highlighted topics in this issue include:
- Artificial Intelligence in Social Work: Emerging Ethical Issues by Frederic G. Reamer
- Animal Ethics, Animal Welfare, and Speciesism: Considerations for Social Work by Paul J. Silberberg
- Social Workers in the Social Housing Assistance Sector: Building the Ideal Housing Policy Principles by Ahmad Sururi
- Social Workers, Regulation, and Social Justice: Tensions in Canadian Social Work by Ian G. Rice
- Critical Conversations in Compensating Social Work Field Education: A Systematic Review by Katherine Drechsler, Candice C. Beasley & Melissa Indera Singh
This comprehensive issue promises to be a valuable resource for professionals, educators, and students in the field of social work.
IFSW thanks Stephen M. Marson and Donna DeAngelis, Editors, for making this issue a reality.