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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

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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 19th February, 2019


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