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  • 26 July 2018

    Grounded in a bicultural framework: Indigenous values and principles in tertiary indigenous education

    Shirley Ikkala, Khaiarahi
    National Program curruculum Manager for Social Work,
    Te Wananga Aotearoa, New Zealand

  • 24 Oct 2018

    Islamic Based Social Work Intervention : The Case of Yogyakarta

    Dr Ro'fah-Sewabu, School of Graduate Studie, State islamic University, Indonesia

  • 19 Feb 2019

    Wind of change : Indigeneity and rethinking social work education in Occeania @ The University of the South Pasific

    Dr Litea Meo-Sewabu,
    Social Work Programme Coordinator, The University of the South Pasific, Fiji

Blinking warning Zoom meeting on 24 OCT 2018 (1pm Japan Hour) Blinking warning

Asian and Pacific Association for Social Work Education, Tackling New Challenging With a Fortified Organization 
Work together with your fellows in the Asian and Pacific region.  Work together with APASWE.

What is APASWE?

  • About 283 schools* of social work from some 20 countries and regions are members of APASWE.
  • APASWE is a non-profit and non-sectarian association.
  • It is an organization to promote social work education in the Asian and Pacific region to enhance social work and well-being in the society

* Schools is an inclusive and representative term that refers to universities, colleges, departments, facilities, institutes and programs that offer post-secondary education/training preparation of professionals in social work.



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Join us in the next webinar series on 24th Oct, 1pm Tokyo time (click picture for the link)

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