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Profession of Social Work
History (more then 100 years)
 Based on Social Justice
 Interdisciplinary - Trans professional...
Discipline of Social Work


Base on theories
 Social and Psychological
 Community Theories and Economics
 Social Ecolo...
Sustainable Development
and Global Practice
Transdisciplinary – underpinned by social
ecological, political and economic t...
Sustainable Development
and Global Practice
Skills in assessment, community
engagement, education, mobilization, and
organ...
Program Outcomes
Strong partnerships with National NonProfits, Local In-country NGOs, Large
Global Organizations.
 Interd...
Social Work, Social justice, sustainable development, global practice, One Health
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GRF 2nd One Health Summit 2013: Presentation by James Herbert Williams, University of Denver

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  1. 1. Profession of Social Work History (more then 100 years)  Based on Social Justice  Interdisciplinary - Trans professional  Ethical Principles and Accreditations Standards  Competency-Based Education  Global Profession  Growth Profession  Educating Social Work Leaders Since 1931
  2. 2. Discipline of Social Work  Base on theories  Social and Psychological  Community Theories and Economics  Social Ecology  Lifespan Orientation Applied Profession (internships)  Intervention skills  Strong Commitment to Culture, Diversity and Multiculturalism.  Educating Social Work Leaders Since 1931
  3. 3. Sustainable Development and Global Practice Transdisciplinary – underpinned by social ecological, political and economic theories to engage systems across the globe.  One Health Framework.  Students will effectively address complex social and economic development, conservation, and biodiversity issues.  Educating Social Work Leaders Since 1931
  4. 4. Sustainable Development and Global Practice Skills in assessment, community engagement, education, mobilization, and organizing, poverty reduction, and capacity building strategies.  Knowledge humane treatment, human security, conservation of nature, biodiversity and sustainability, land use, and water use.  Guided by the principles of human rights, global justice, and sustainability  Educating Social Work Leaders Since 1931
  5. 5. Program Outcomes Strong partnerships with National NonProfits, Local In-country NGOs, Large Global Organizations.  Interdisciplinary teaching faculty.  Graduates being placed in various national and international organizations.  Expand the Global research agenda and outputs.  Educating Social Work Leaders Since 1931
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