International Social Work in Education, Training and Practice

Funded and supported by the European Association of Schools of Social Work (EASSW)

Online event

16:00

24 Mar 2022

Associate Professor Panagiotis Pentaris, and the International Social Work sub-committee of the Joint University Council and its co-chairs, Professor Janet Walker and Associate Professor Alison McInnes

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Admission into this online event is free.

Online event

16:00

24 Mar 2022

Associate Professor Panagiotis Pentaris, and the International Social Work sub-committee of the Joint University Council and its co-chairs, Professor Janet Walker and Associate Professor Alison McInnes

Funded and supported by the European Association of Schools of Social Work (EASSW)

International Social Work in Education, Training and Practice

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