Wednesday, April 24, 2019 | 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM (ADT) | Truro Library | 754 Prince Street | Truro, NS | map
This workshop is rooted in participatory learning and will engage participants by;
- Identifying the historical development of the professional social work identity;
- examining the current tensions and conflicts that exist within contemporary practice;
- investigate strategies and tactics for establishing a clear social work voice within Nova Scotia.
The workshop will explore concepts of professional resistance and tools and practices to utilize a social justice anti-oppressive lens with large systems.