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NASSW honorary prize for 2018

It is our pleasure to announce that the NASSW honorary prize for 2018 goes to Anna Metteri and Aina Lian Flem. Very well deserved for your outstanding contribution to social work. The prize was handed out at the Nordic Social Work 2018 conference on Power and Social Work. We cannot think of a better opportunity to celebrate your achievements.

The prize is awarded to a person who teaches or has taught in social work in the Nordic region and who has made an outstanding contribution in one or more of the following areas:

Social development work of importance to the users and social work practices

Giving voice to underprivileged groups and participating in public debate

Contributed through research or other knowledge development to the fact that practical experience has been included in teaching in alternative ways

Developed learning projects that have promoted students’ ability to creative problem solving and commitment.
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