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Request to participate: IASSW – World Census of Social Work Education Programs – 2020 Directory

You are hereby invited to participate in this very brief, but very important survey by clicking on the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/IASSW-Census

Context:

Every ten years, the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) conducts a world census of social work education programs offering at least one degree program in social work.

The major outcome of the census is a directory of contact details for all social work education programs in the world.
In the year 2000, the directory contained details of 1384 programs from 114 countries and in 2010 it grew to include 2110 social work degree sites in 125 countries.
By 2020 we are aiming to include every social work training institution in the galaxy.

We need your help so that we can include as many social work training institutions in the world as possible.

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NASSW honorary prize for 2018

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New members of the Executive Committee

A General Assembly was held on the 21th of November 2018 in connection with the joint Nordic FORSA/NASSW conference at the University of Helsinki, Finland on “Power and Social Work”. At the General Assembly new members of the Executive Committee were elected. The new members of the committee are: Ingunn Barmen Tysnes, Helena Johansson and

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Thank you for hosting such an amazing conference

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