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Surrey County Council

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The need for a New Eco-Social World: Building trust and understanding between people

The need for a New Eco-Social World: Building trust and understanding between people

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Government publishes first draft of reforms in new Mental Health Bill

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The unexpected link between climate change, biodiversity loss and inequality

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Surrey County Council

Interview sessions

12:00

28 Jun 2022

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28 Jun 2022

 

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Interview sessions with Surrey County Council

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UNICEF Programme Group

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06:30

2 Jul 2022

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2 Jul 2022

 

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Co-building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind

Cornelius Williams is the Director of Child Protection for UNICEF Programme Group. He has over 25 years of experience in managing child protection programmes in Western, Eastern and Southern Africa with UNICEF and Save the Children.

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International Council of Welfare

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17:30

1 Jul 2022

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1 Jul 2022

 

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Co-building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind - Social Policies, Climate Change and Universal Basic Income after the COVID-19

In this keynote session, three core issues are discussed: the quest for the new priorities in social policy; issues related to universal basic income proposals; and the role ICSW could play in moving forward the Global Agenda.

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SWERG – European Social Work Research Association

Online event

12:00

1 Jul 2022

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1 Jul 2022

 

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Co-building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind The need for a New Eco-Social World

- Sarah Banks, Professor, Dept of Sociology, Durham University (UK)
- Teresa Bertotti, Associate Professor, Dept of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento (Italy)
- Lynne Cairns, Doctoral researcher, Dept of Sociology, Durham University (UK)
- Jane Shears, Head of Professional Development, British Association of Social Workers & Global Ethics Commissioner, International Federation of Social Workers (UK)
- Michelle Shum, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, Hong Kong Baptist University (Hong Kong)
- Ana M. Sobočan, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- Kim Strom, Professor, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina (USA)
- María Jesús Úriz, Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Public University of Navarra (Spain)

This is a collective presentation by members of SWERG – a special interest group of the European Social Work Research Association undertaking research on ethics in social work. Currently SWERG is working with the International Federation of Social Workers exploring ethical challenges facing social workers worldwide during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Our presentation will focus on the role of social work values and ethics in co-building new eco-social world.

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Commonwealth Organisation for Social Work, Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation

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10:30

1 Jul 2022

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1 Jul 2022

 

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Co-building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind The need for a New Eco-Social World - Social work in partnerships co-building a new eco-social world

- Dr Sylvia Daisy Romanus is Chair of COSW and Associate Professor in the Social Work Department at Madras Christian University, Chennai.
- Dr David N Jones is a COSW Board Member and the Main Representative to the Commonwealth institutions in London.
- Professor Kathleen McCourt is President of the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation
Andrew Larpent is Chairman of the Commonwealth Association for the Ageing (CommonAge).
- Peter Oborn, Senior Vice President of the Commonwealth Architects Association, is joined by others who are introduced in the video including HRH Prince Charles, the Commonwealth Secretary-General and the Executive Director of UN-Habitat among others.

Effective social work almost always requires partnership working with communities, service users and also with other professions. In this plenary presentation, the Commonwealth Organisation for Social Work is joined by three partner organisations representing nurses and midwives, the interests of older people and the call to action on sustainable development.

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