AASW

AcronymDefinition
AASWAustralian Association of Social Workers (Australia; professional representation; est. 1946)
AASWAmerican Association of Social Workers (est. 1921)
AASWAdvanced Award in Social Work (UK)
AASWAmerican Association of Scientific Workers (est. 1937; also seen as AAScW)
AASWAir Antisubmarine Warfare
AASWAuthority for the Advancement of the Status of Women (est. 1998; Prime Minister's Office; Israel)
AASWAsian Association for Social Welfare
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At the same time the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) has renewed its commitment to social justice advocacy.
The AASW calls on all political parties to ensure that:
(3) Curriculum development through ongoing engagement and dialogue with social work practitioners in the field, with social work students, the AASW, and with consumers of social work services.
Furthermore, if education for the global dimensions of social work is considered necessary for effective practice locally perhaps the AASW could consider such content when reviewing course accreditation policies as Asamoah et al, 1997, and Cox, 2000 suggest.
It was in this period that the American Association of Scientific Workers (AASW), composed of scientists on the progressive liberal left, was formed in the US and Britain.
The American Association of Social Workers (AASW), the first national association of social workers, is formed by the National Social Workers' Exchange to raise the professional standards of social work (Walkowitz, 1990: 1054).
Fiona Gardner, MSc, AASW, is head of discipline, School of Social Work and Human Services.
Agriculture in Africa- CC via pexels/ Bamusiime Sylvia CAIRO - 13 September 2018: Egypt, in coordination with the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA), will host activities of the 8th Africa Agriculture Science Week (AASW) in August in 2019, Agriculture Minister Ezzeldin Abu Stait said on Thursday.
This was a joint congress of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW), the Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW), and the Australian Association for Social Work and Welfare Education (AASWWE).
Twenty-eight weeks in two block placements of unpaid field practicum is a requirement of the Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree program at JCU (AASW, 2000).
Professional social workers pronounced a rhetorical commitment to the basic goals of the postwar civil rights movement, including desegregation, equal opportunity, and anti-lynching legislation (AASW, 1952; "The American Lynching Record," 1950; Hosch, 1948; Klineberg, 1957; "Race and Housing," 1959).