Tag: ethics

Conference: The ethics of allyship

May 12-13 2023 — Workshops and small group discussions will offer opportunities for participants to collaboratively deconstruct and critically investigate the concept of allyship, and to reflect on how the themes of the conference resonate with their personal and professional context.

The goal of this virtual conference is to situate these conversations in a larger reflection about social work’s role in building true social justice.

Webinar: The Ethics of Burnout

May 19, 2021 — Join NSCSW staff member Nadia Siritsky, SWC, for an overview of the research related to compassion fatigue, burnout, and vicarious trauma, and how these affect social workers. Participants will learn to identify the ethical implications of a lack of attention to this pervasive issue, and will learn about several techniques and strategies to address this problem.

[CANCELLED] Ethical dilemma café (Halifax)

This May 8 workshop offers an opportunity for social work practitioners to discuss real situations, and get feedback and support for how to handle the challenges they experience. Participants will explore ethical dilemmas and examine the difficult choices between alternative actions.