Mandatory Registration Celebration 2021 – Kia Utoka Kia Tauwhiro

Sharyn Roberts, ANZASW President: “Now Social Work stands in its own mana, with social workers being recognised as the professional workforce that we are. Located within an ethical and specialised profession, now our years of tertiary study and sacrifice have meaning and our mahi, which is a difficult mahi, with people who are at the most vulnerable and desperate times [...] » Read more

ANZSW Journal Vol 33, No 1 (2021)

Vol 33, No 1 (2021) https://anzswjournal.nz/anzsw/issue/view/61 Full Issue View or download the full issue PDF Table of Contents Editorial A sense of optimism is important in times of challenge Ian Hyslop, Liz Beddoe PDF 1-4 Original Articles He kaiwhakatere ahau: A (k)new practice model in the care of rangatahi and whānau Georgina Denise Makoare, Zack Henare Makoare, Fiona Cram PDF […]

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FEATURED ARTICLE: Representation must occur at all levels to create meaningful change for Pacific people in New Zealand

Whitireia social work graduate, Rosalie Maiava-Zajkowski, sees the representation of Pacific people in government spaces as key to creating meaningful and lasting positive change for Pacific people in New Zealand, and across the moana.

Pacific people are underrepresented within governance roles in the public sector and an estimation that less than 1% of chief executive, general manager and legislator roles are occupied by Pacific people in government.*

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Registrations open: Mō tātou, ā, mō kā uri ā muri ake nei – Online Symposium

Mō tātou,  ā, mō kā uri ā muri ake nei For us and our children after us RĀTŪ, 1 JUNE 2021 9am – 4.30pm $90.00 To Register>> A one day Live-Streamed* event to explore social work practice with Māori and Pasifika to contribute to your Continuing Professional Development *Due to potential COVID19 limitations this event will not follow an in-person […]

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ANZASW Important Announcement: Chief Executive Resignation

The Board of Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers (ANZASW) reluctantly announces the resignation of our long serving Chief Executive, Lucy Sandford-Reed. Lucy has served the association as CE for 11 years. During her time with the association, Lucy has absolutely invested herself to increasing the recognition and enhancement of the social work profession, and for this the Board […]

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