The Delegate Assembly is the representative, decision-making body - comprised of 277 elected delegates - through which NASW members set broad organizational policy, establish program priorities, and develop a collective stance on public and professional issues. Article V of the National Bylaws addresses Delegate Assembly. The Delegate Assembly meets once every three years. As stated in the National Bylaws, "The membership shall act through the Delegate Assembly in all matters except as otherwise provided in the Bylaws."
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- If you don't already own a copy of the 10th Edition of Social Work Speaks, click on the title to order from NASW Press. This is the latest unabridged collection of policy statements adopted and revised by the NASW Delegate Assembly in 2014 and is a great resource.