We want to develop a network of service users, practicitioners, academics and students to support radical and progressive social work. We need a social work that is ready to challenge oppressive practice, that means working collectively across the country and internationally to advance Social Work.
Interview with editor of Revolutionary Social Work, Masoud Kamali
SWAN-I member, Masoud Kamali, has brought together a selection of authors that shows how social work can be an active agent for promoting revolutionary changes in order to counter the global neoliberal market fundamentalism which is destroying our planet and ... Read More
As members of the Social Work Action Network-International to express our concern aboutthe recent removal of Professor Alan Dettlaff from his post as Dean of the Graduate Collegeof Social Work, at the University of Huston.SWAN-I is a network of social ... Read More
Please read below the following statement from the Human Rights Foundations Turkey in relation to the unjust arrest of Bilal for his human rights work. We will be hosting a live webinar in solidarity on the 11th December at 3pm ... Read More