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Red Dress Day 2022

close up red dresses on hangers

May 5, 2022 — Red Dress Day, also called the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls & Two-spirit People, is an annual day of remembrance and action that stretches from coast to coast to coast. NSCSW Council has committed to a decolonization framework to support social workers in addressing these urgent calls to action.


Our role as social workers, and as treaty people

Sept 24, 2020 — As many Nova Scotian fishing communities struggle through conflict and crisis — worsened by the intersections of a pandemic, economic uncertainty, and racism — we encourage our members to approach this work with a trauma-informed lens, to draw on the resources available to you, and to ground your praxis in your professional values and ethics.


Join us at ‘Innovation in Social Work Practice: A Foundation for Our Future’

We’re excited to invite all members to the 2018 Spring Conference & AGM this May 11-12 at the Best Western Chocolate Lake Hotel (250 St Margarets Bay Rd. Halifax, NS). This year’s theme is Innovation in Social Work Practice: A Foundation for Our Future. We have a rich line up of presenters as we spend… Read more »


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