Northern Ireland - NIASW's Celebration of World Social Work Day: 'A Social Workers Guide to India'

World Social Work Day 2013 - Northern Ireland


DVD launch at NIASW World Social Work Day event puts service users centre stage
Service users across Europe want their social workers to be good listeners, empathetic and politically motivated, a DVD launched to mark World Social Work Day in Northern Ireland has suggested. The film, International Messages on Service User and Carer Involvement, featured comments from service users in Spain, Slovenia and Northern Ireland, revealing similar demands in each country.

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BLOG: NIASW goes to India and Norway to celebrate World Social Work Day
NIASW celebrated World Social Work Day 2013 at the impressive Titanic Belfast, the world’s largest titanic visitor experience.

Over 60 social workers and social work students gathered together to mark the day, which featured insights from India, Norway, Spain and Slovenia. It was an opportunity for social workers to take a breather from their everyday heavy workloads and see social work from another perspective, and even be reminded of why they joined the profession.

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Social workers from Queen's University Belfast share their experiences of a trip to India



Image slideshow of the event

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Published : 19th March 2013*

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