ANZASW TPP Press Release

The Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers (ANZASW) is opposed to the impending signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement on the 4th of February in Auckland, New Zealand. The concerns surrounding the TPP and its potential as a catalyst for social and human rights injustices have led the ANZASW to look closely at this trade agreement. There […]

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International Migrants Day – CHCH Resettlement Services

Kia ora everyone, As some of you may know, Friday the 18th of December is International Migrants Day. With that said, I would like to celebrate the wonderful work the Social Work team from Christchurch Resettlement Services (http://www.crs.org.nz/) do within the migrant and refugee community in Christchurch where a number of our members work. The services that Christchurch Resettlement Services […]

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2015 Associations Matter Study

Posted on behalf of Brenda Mainland, Survey Matters Thank you for taking part in the 2015 Associations Matter Study.  We received over 8,000 responses to the survey which was very pleasing. As the Study is now in its 3rd year, we are interested in comparing the results alongside the findings from previous years.  However, this is quite a big exercise […]

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Healing Our Spirit Worldwide Conference & Institutional Racism

I have just returned from the Healing our Spirit Worldwide Conference (HOSW) in Kirikiriroa, where 1700 Indigenous peoples from all over the world gathered to share their healing talents and mahi. There were prestigious presenters with an awesome array of topics, services and movements. The most outstanding keynote for me was the very humble master healer, Kamaki Kanahele, a native […]

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Call for social work book reviewers

Kia ora koutou, As part of the ongoing work of the Aotearoa NZ Social Work journal, we are seeking new reviewers, and more information on our existing reviewers. The quality of any journal relies on the breadth of expertise of reviewers, and accurate matching processes that link article content and reviewers. In light of this, the journal is currently looking […]

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The ANZASW journal is changing

Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work A collective approach Earlier this year the association issued a call for a managing editor of our journal. The call was responded to by a group of New Zealand academics associated with the Re-imagining Social Work (RSW) collective. The RSW proposed to set up an editorial collective for the journal and include those editors currently […]

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