1 July 2022

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10:30

1 July 2022

Dr Sylvia Daisy Romanus; Dr David N Jones; Professor Kathleen McCourt; Andrew Larpent; Peter Oborn

Commonwealth Organisation for Social Work, Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation

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

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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. The organisations share their perspectives on global challenges in their sectors and the value of partnerships with social workers. The call to action on sustainable development includes contributions from several eminent global leaders discussing the challenges in creating sustainable urbanisation, challenges which are familiar to social workers and require an integrated approach to the natural, physical and social environments – co-building a new eco-social world: leaving no one behind. The presentations show social workers engaged in activities to shape policy and practice across the 54 countries of the Commonwealth.

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Dr Sylvia Daisy Romanus; Dr David N Jones; Professor Kathleen McCourt; Andrew Larpent; Peter Oborn

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