International Social Work in the NASW News

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September 2011
Building Resilience After Disaster

July 2011
Chapters Fight ‘Arizona-Style’ Provisions

May 2011
Delegates Visit Cuba

April 2011
Social Work’s African Outreach Yields Results 
Aid Sought for Japanese Colleagues
Delegation Will Visit Brazil

February 2011
Social Work Delegations Plan Cuba Visits

January 2011
HIV/AIDS Course Now in Spanish
Worlds Apart, A Common Mission

November 2010
Focus on Women’s Rights

October 2010
Working for Equal Opportunities
NASW Represented on IOM Panel

September 2010
NASW Joins Global Agenda Effort 
White House Targets 25% Drop in New HIV Infections

July 2010
Arizona Laws Decried
Bailey Elected President of IFSW
Exchange Brings Korean Social Worker to NASW
Help for Haiti

June 2010
NASW Gets UN Foundation Grant
NASW Observes LGBT Pride, Touts Advocacy Efforts

May 2010
Social Work: A Global Profession
SWAN Helps Ethiopia Fact-Finding Mission
Observing Social Work Month
Disaster Assistance Fund to Aid Haitians

April 2010
Delegation Will Travel to Russia
Testimony Targets Torture

March 2010
Devastating Earthquake in Haiti Has Many Stepping up to Help Victims
Tanzania Outreach

February 2010
Exchanging Information
Online Course Addresses Cancer Care in Hungary

January 2010
Looking Back, Looking Forward
Delegation Explores Egypt
Women Appointees Celebrated
Leadership Webinars Offer CEs

November 2009
NASW Calls for Action on CEDAW, Torture
UNAIDS Forum Focuses on Sexual Minorities

September 2009
IFSW Members Surveyed:  IFSW leaders reviewed a membership organization survey taken in 2008

July 2009
Social Work Day at the U.N. Celebrated 
Global Summit to Unify Decade’s Agenda

June 2009
LGBTQ Training Moves Ahead: Project Addresses Needs of Out-of-Home Youth

April 2009
Global Celebration of Profession

February 2009
Summit Launches Program in Hungary:  NASW, CancerCare Promote Psychosocial Oncology Program

April 2008
Celebrate World Social Work Day

March 2008
NASW Endorses Torture Protest

February 2008
Cambodia Site Visits Called 'Life-Changing'
Press Event Highlights Immigration, Children

October 2007
From the President: Slavery Persists in Modern Day
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