Tag: national social work month

Raising expectations for Nova Scotia’s future

National Social Work Month is an opportunity to reflect on how we enact the values of our profession within the communities where we live and practice. This month, the Nova Scotia College of Social Workers, in partnership with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Nova Scotia (CCPA-NS), released a new report titled “Creating the future we all deserve: A social policy framework for Nova Scotia.”


Conversation with your College (Bridgewater)

March 9, 2020 — You’re invited to join NSCSW Executive Director / Registrar Alec Stratford for a series of meetings being held with social workers across the province, from Sydney to Digby. These events offer an opportunity to engage and connect with the NSCSW, and celebrate the profession of social work.


Conversation with your College (Halifax)

March 5, 2020 — You’re invited to join NSCSW Executive Director / Registrar Alec Stratford for a series of meetings being held with social workers across the province, from Sydney to Digby. These events offer an opportunity to engage and connect with the NSCSW, and celebrate the profession of social work.


Conversation with your College

Join NSCSW Executive Director / Registrar Alec Stratford during National Social Work Month at a Conversation with your College, a series of meetings with social workers across the province. These events offer an opportunity to engage and connect with the NSCSW, and celebrate the profession of social work. Chat with Alec about our current advocacy efforts, and how we’re working towards… Read more »


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