The Jordan Institute has partnered with the national Scholars Strategy Network to help apply evidence-based practice and research findings to the crafting of quality policies and approaches to help families. This national network of researchers from across the United States offers a rich database of information, hands on staff support, and jargon free information.
The National Association of Social Workers recently issued their 2018-2019 Social Justice Priorities. Click NASW Social Justice Priorities – 2018 to review. Voting is also a key nonpartisan practice for social workers. Click AGENCIES VotingIsSocialWork May 2018 (1) to learn more.
The North Carolina Social Work Policy Educators Summit will be held at The Event Center at Extraordinary Ventures in Chapel Hill on Friday, September 14 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.