The Research and Extension for Development Office (REDO) of the UP College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD) is organizing an online research forum entitled, Ugnayan para sa Hustisya at Dignidad: Pagtugon at Hamon sa Pagtataguyod ng Karapatang Pantao, on 29 April 2022, Friday from 3:00pm to 6:00pm to share the outcomes of CSWCD’s network building initiatives in response to the War on Drugs of the Duterte Administration, as well as to advocate for human-rights-based and people-centered governance anchored on principles of people’s empowerment, transformative social change and social justice.
The research forum will highlight the results of the two studies conducted by the college under the Office of the Dean as follows: 1) Creating Innovations in Collaborative Action Research and Community Dialogue, and 2) Building Networks for Human Rights Approaches to Meet Humanitarian Needs in the Philippines.
Here is the official list of the CSWCD Student Council Candidates for the upcoming 2022 Student Council Elections.
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“Tell Us Your COVID Stories”
Stories have the power to open our minds, impart lessons, and give hope. People’s collective experiences at the time of the pandemic have the potential to impart lessons that may help shape the knowledge foundation of the social work profession post-COVID, and beyond.
The Department of Social Work invites social workers to share stories and lessons as they face challenges brought about by COVID-19, in their professional and/or personal circumstances. Stories should be based on the contributor’s direct experience written from first-person perspective. If your stories are selected, you will be given an opportunity to get it published. Guidelines for writing and submitting stories may be downloaded here. The deadline for submission is 15 December 2021
Tell us your story.
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The Asian and Pacific Association for Social Work Education (APASWE) is proud to announce its Student Workshop to be held during the 26th Asia-Pacific Regional Social Work Conference between November 11 (Thu) and November 13 (Sat), 2021. The conference as a whole and the 90-minute workshop will utilize a fully online format. The workshop aims to provide opportunities for students to experience international academic exchange, enhance student interest and involvement in APASWE activities, and promote active conference participation by students.
For more information, visit: http://www.apaswe.com
CALL FOR PAPERS
The Philippine Journal of Social Development (PJSD) is now accepting original and unpublished manuscripts on the theme “Transformative Social Work and Social Development: Responding to the Pandemic, Disasters and Human Rights Issues “ for publication in its 15th volume. PJSD is an annual double-blind peer reviewed journal of the UP College of Social Work and Community Development (CSWCD). It serves as the venue for sharing theoretical concepts as well as field/practical experiences, research outputs, and reflections of faculty, staff, students, alumni and practitioners.
Below are the guidelines for submission:
Writers/contributors should submit electronic copies of their original and unpublished manuscript. The article should be formatted in 12-point Times New Roman, double- spaced with 1” border margins, and consistent with the standard rules of bibliographic citation using the American Psychological Association (APA) Publications Manual 7th Edition (2020). It must be written in a bias-free language. Articles should be 4,000 to 6,000 words long, including tables, figures, and list of references.The manuscript should include a removable cover page with the author’s name, title, organizational affiliation, correspondence addresses, contact numbers and electronic mail addresses. An abstract of not more than 250 words must accompany all submissions.
Manuscripts and editorial correspondences should be sent to the issue editors:
Dr. Justin Francis Leon V. Nicolas
Asst. Prof. Gil I. Espenido
Deadline for Submission: 19 November 2021