The International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of School of Social Work are pleased to announce that the 34th Annual Social Work Day at the United Nations is scheduled for Monday, April 17, 2017 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Please arrive to the UN before 9:45 a.m. as registration will close at 9:45 a.m.
Social Work Day at the UN is a gathering place for people around the world who are working to make a difference. For 34 years students, practitioners, and educators have been convening at the UN to learn more about the UN, innovative projects and issues related to International Social Work and the critical role Social Work plays in the international arena.
Sustainable Development Goals
33rd Annual Social Work Day at the United Nations 2016 Program (Adobe PDF)
An Introduction to Treaties for International Social Workers (Daniel Pollack, Elisa Rosman)
30th Annual Social Work Day at the United Nations 2013 Program (Word Doc)
30th Annual Social Work Day at the United Nations 2013 Program (Adobe PDF)
Global Agenda on Social Work and Social Development
Annual Social Work Day at the United Nations 2008: An Anniversary Celebration (Katherine A. Kendall)
Social Work and the United Nations (Michael Cronin, Robin Sakina Mama, Charles Mbugua, Ellen Mouravieff-Apostol)
Social Workers and the United Nations: Effective Advocacy Strategies (Daniel Pollack)
We are grateful to the following Schools and Organizations for their support of Social Work Day at the United Nations and their support of the Social Work Day Student Event:
Council on Social Work Education – Katherine Kendall Institute
National Association of Social Workers
National Association of Social Workers – NJ Chapter
Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandell School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University
Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University
School of Social Work, Monmouth University
School of Social Work, University of Alabama
School of Social Work, University of Connecticut
School of Social Work, University of Georgia