The Inspiring Social Worker of the Year Award (2018)
Nominations will be received March 19 to June 15, 2018. All nominations will be sent by email to bcasw [at] bcasw.org with the phrase “Inspiring Social Worker Award” in the subject line.
Call for nominations for CASW President
Deadline is April 30th, 2018
Nominations are now open for CASW Distinguished Service Award
The CASW National Social Work Month Distinguished Service Award is given yearly by the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) on the occasion of the National Social Work Month, to an individual or group of individuals selected from their membership by each CASW member organization.
Deadline is February 5, 2018. Email your nominations to bcasw [at] bcasw.org
Nominee must be a member of BCASW and meet required criteria.
BC Poverty Reduction Coalition – Be a part of this effort to make BCs government take action against poverty
Be heard in the Poverty Reduction Strategy Consultations as it travels around the province.
Child and Youth Advocates newly released Report
Missing Pieces: Joshuas Story – Representative for Children and Youth
Why can’t social workers share success stories with the media?
Inspiring Social Worker of the Year Award
Video of the lecture given by 2017 winner Ilm Kassam
Racism in British Columbia
Regarding Response to Opiate Overdose-Related Public Health Crisis
Recommendations to Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth
Sale of Retirement Concepts
Job Posting – Representative for Children and Youth
Campaign for Supervised Consumption Services
Medical Services Plan of BC Premiums
Social Work Week in British Columbia
Special needs of immigrant, refugee, ethnocultural and racialized children, and youth
BC Budget 2016 Fails Children and Families
Retention of the Office of the Representative for Children and Youth Letter to the Select Standing Committee
The British Columbia Association of Social Workers urges Action on Findings in Growing Up in B.C.-2015
BC Social Workers welcome Truth and Reconciliation Report
Access denied: Shut out of BC’s welfare system
BCASW Speaks to the Responsibility to Secure Safety for All Children
Response from the Premier
Letter to the Premier
BCASW Calls for a Social Policy Framework for B.C.
The British Columbia Association of Social Workers joins municipalities and boards of trade in calling for a Social Policy Framework for B.C. Barb Keith, President of the BC Association of Social Workers stated that “BCASW is pleased to join Board Voice in calling for the development and adoption of a Social Policy Framework for BC. ..read more
Letter to Minister of Social Development and Social Innovation|March 2014
Response from Minister of Social Development and Social Innovation