call for papers

PJSD is a national refereed journal published by the College of Social Work and Community Development of the University of the Philippines Diliman. It provides a venue for the exchange of knowledge and views among professionals and academics engaged in social work, social welfare, gender issues/concerns, inclusive development, social policy advocacy, & social development.

paligsahan ng parol

Nakamit ng CSWCD ang ikatlong gantimpala sa paligsahan ng parol na ginanap noong ika-15 ng Disyembre 2014. Sa taong ito ang tema ng paligsahan ay “Pasundayag Diliman: Pag-uugat at Pagyabong”. Ang parol ng kolehiyo ay may dalawang bahagi: ang binhi ng kaunlaran at ang pagdiriwang ng kolektibong kagalingan. Ang parol na ito ay nagpapakita na ang CSWCD ay bahagi sa pag-uugat ng binhi ng kaunlaran, na pinayabong ng pawis at dugo ng masang Pilipino – magsasaka, mangingisda, manggagawa, kababaihan, kabataan, katutubo; pati na rin sa mga nakikiisang guro, kawani at estudyante.

salamat Inday, welkam Joyce

January 17, 2013 marked the start of a new chapter for the College of Social Work and Community Development as Prof. Jocelyn T. Caragay formally took oath into office as the college’s new Dean. The Oath Taking Ceremony was conducted at Quezon Hall in the presence of Chancellor Caesar A. Saloma and the Dean’s family and friends.

lessons from asian nations

The Research and Extension for Development Office (REDO) and the class of Social Work 120 in partnership with Assistance and Cooperation for Community Resilience and Development Inc. (ACCORD) launched a photo exhibit entitled, “Lessons from Asian Nations: A Human Rights Based Approach in Disaster Situations” on December 11, 2013 at the CSWCD Library.

research forum no 5

Three research studies were featured in the last CSWCD Research Forum held last December 3, 2013. Dr. Judy Taguiwalo of Department of Women and Development Studies shared a historical research entitled Revolutionary Movements and Filipino Women’s Emancipation: The Katipunan and the Communist Party of the Philippines. She discussed the participation, contribution and recognition of women in two revolutionary organizations.