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Jacek B Oct 24
Protest is core of . As a Pole and social worker I couldn't not be here today to support Polish women fight for thier human right to respected by Polish regime. I'm privileged male & it is my duty to add my voice to the struggle experience by millions of Polish women.
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NASW Oct 22
This month marks the 60th Anniversary of the NASW Code of Ethics first published Oct. 13, 1960. It provides ethical guidance to the profession. Join us in our promise to recommit to its values & principles. Thank you NEC for your help on this project!
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Rachael Oct 25
Can't quite believe tomorrow begins week 6! By the end of the week I'll have half of 1st semester of my degree completed! These weeks are FLYING by and I feel like I have learnt SO much in the 5 weeks that have already passed!
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Dale Dagar Maglalang, PhD, MA, MSW Oct 23
professors especially in PWI pls have a plan for your classes the day after elections for your BIPOC students. In 2016, I sat in my MSW class listening to white people cry and apologize to me and the 3 other BIPOC students in class. We didn’t have the space to process
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WiscJobs 7m
Mental Health Institute is an of to supervise Dept staff & assure WMHI social workers are competent to practice . $70-$81K/yr. Apply by 11/1.
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CRSW Oct 25
To round off check out 's brilliant Gold Open Access article 'The ‘quality’ of social work students in England: a genealogy of discourse 2002–18' Available at:
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Ygmr Oct 24
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The Social Matters Podcast Oct 25
"With great power comes great responsibility" - Spiderman (1977) can be located in individuals but enacted in relationships. What we do with our power defines our character. Click the link to hear our thoughts of the use of power.
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Allie WEAR A MASK Shukraft, MSW, MAT, APHSW-C 23h
This is a fraught issue, as is the history of the profession. Thank you for addressing this and many other complicated issues in our field.
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Silberman SSW Oct 23
Check out this paper by about disrupting . “To genuinely embody its commitment to anti-oppression, social work must call on a critical framework in its response to the Grand Challenges for Social Work.”
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Bailey 9h
Just changed from a hoodie into a cardigan to inspire a tiny bit of confidence in my ability to provide therapy.
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Chris Kidd 12h
That moment in the middle of a busy morning of duty when you’re computer decides it HAS to restart 🤦‍♂️
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Jade 16h
Good morning Twitter! Some from @katieabey (Instagram). It’s my first day of a new job today, what are your plans today? Have a great day!
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Duane Oct 23
The biggest 🖕🏾to the government today can be found on page! The kindness and generosity is amazing! Faith in humanity restored!
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Melissa Burrow 6h
One of my staff received an email from a family she discharged saying how much of a support my staff was & how much she helped in healing their family. Two of my other staff received similar texts. I love my job & being their sup. Child welfare is hard but worth it.
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Louise Bailey 4h
After a day of medicine management and calculations I made some hot chocolate bombs
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Susan Rutter Oct 20
Who can remember when social workers were provided with these annually? 🤔
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Babs Fitz 12h
That's this weeks' downtime sorted! Really looking forward to learning lots!
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Gloucestershire Children's Social Work Academy 13h
Our Children's service are recruiting for a number of vacancies at the moment working directly with Children & Families as well as helping those that do. To find out about our vacancies have a look here:
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Gerry Nosowska Oct 20
BASW England to sponsor annual ‘Thank You Social Workers’ event - a moving blog from Maris about 's involvement and why this matters so much
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