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New Executive Committee

A General Assembly was held on the 7th of November 2016 in connection with the joint Nordic FORSA/NASSW conference at the Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen on “Decisions, Outcome & Change”. At the General Assembly a new president and new members of the Executive Committee were elected. The new president of NASSW is Marcus Knutagård from the School of Social Work, Lund University, Sweden. The new members of the committee are: Camilla Nordberg from the University ofHelsinki, Finland, Jeanette Sandy Shalmi from the University of Greenland, Ilisimatusarfik, Hervör Alma Árndóttir from the University of Iceland, Reykjavík and Karin Waleur from Østfold University College, Norway. The Executive Committee also consists of Anu-Riina Svenlin, University of Jyväskylä in Finland, Torkel Richert, Malmö University College in Sweden, Bente V. Lauridsen from Via University College and Tanja Dall from the Metropolitan University College in Denmark, Monica Kjørstad from Oslo and Akershus University College in Norway, Mette Sonniks from the University of Greenland, and Guðbjörg Ottósdóttir from the University of Iceland.

The new board would like to thank the former president, Anna Metteri, for her work, engagement and enthusiasm. We hope to continue our collaboration with you in the future. We would also thank our members of the Executive Committee that have left their positions after several years of active engagement. You will all be truly missed and we thank you for all the hard work that you have done for NASSW. Thank you Gunnlaug Miljeteig, MarieKathrine Poppel and Sigurveig H. Sigurdardottir.

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Well organized conference “Decisions, Outcome & Change”

NOUSA/NASSW would like to thank Nordic FORSA and the Metropolitan University College for a very well organized conference “Decisions, Outcome & Change”. NASSW look forward to work with Nordic FORSA with the next joint conference that will take place in Finland in two years.

The IASSW Statement on social work research

The IASSW Statement on social work research,