Dublin will host the Joint World Social Work, Education and Social Development Conference, for the first time, on the 4-7th July 2018 in the Royal Dublin Society. This major World conference is being organised on behalf of the International Federation of Social Workers, the International Schools of Social Work and the International Council on Social Welfare.
by Ms. Grace Chan
from Global Newsletter - April 2017
Population ageing is an important phenomenon that generates economic, social and personal challenges for societies. The associated demographic changes also call for developing new products and services designed to meet the needs of an increasing number of older adults. We expect technological innovations to enhance the effectiveness of our health and long-term care systems, improve the quality of life of the older population and, at the same time, create a new page for the associated societal changes.
by Christopher Dapaah
Excerpt from Global Newsletter - September 2016
In many African countries communities have increasingly recognized child marriage as a serious challenge. Child marriage disproportionately affects young girls, who are much more likely to be married as children compared to young boys. For many of these girls marriage before the age of 18 or younger is a personal, life-changing tragedy having a devastating and long-lasting impact.
By Driss GUERRAOUI
from Global Newsletter - August 2016
The theme of dignity seems abstract on the surface but in fact it is at the heart of what should be the central concern of public policy not only in our country, Morocco, by also playing a decisive role on the agenda of all regional and international organizations concerned with human condition. It has direct relevance for the world development in the XXI century. It is also of the utmost importance to try to see the interaction of these two fundamental concepts: the dignity and value of the human being.