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GRAND CHALLENGES FOR SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIETY: DEFINING A SOCIAL AGENDA TO ENHANCE SOCIETY'S FUTURE


GRAND CHALLENGES FOR SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIETY:DEFINING A SOCIAL AGENDA TO ENHANCE SOCIETY'S FUTURE


KEYNOTE BY DR. RICHARD P. BARTH, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND


DISCUSSION WITH DANIELLA RIN HOVER FROM THE DOCUMENTARY FILM,BROKEN PLACES


A CALL TO ACTION BY NASW PRESIDENT MILDRED 'MIT' C. JOYNER, DPS, MSW, LCSW


2021 Dr. Paul Shane Annual Policy Symposium

Friday, February 26, 2021, 9AM-1PM www.shu.edu/2021Policy


Sponsored by the NJ Baccalaureate Social Work Education AssociationHosted Virtually by Seton Hall University

Daniella navigated teenage parenthood and achieved legal immigration and citizenship status. As an advocate of foster care and youth independent living programs reform, she presents at National Outreach events. She lives in NYC, volunteering for the NYCMedical Reserve Corps, CERT EmergencyPreparedness and other outreach programs for NYC communities.

Announced in 2016, the second five years of the GrandChallenges for Social Work present opportunities to address these challenges and increase the capacity and impact of social work. This keynote offers ways to

engage with the grand challenges and to build on the recent announcement of the grand challenge to Eliminate Racism.

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