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Social Work Speaks

9th Edition
NASW Policy Statements, 2012-2014

Policy Statement Topic Areas

By Jeane W. Anastas and Elizabeth J. Clark

Public and Professional Policy Statements
Adolescent and Young Adult Health
Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting
Aging and Wellness
Affirmative Action
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
Capital Punishment and the Death Penalty
Child Abuse and Neglect
Civil Liberties and Justice
Community Development
Confidentiality and Information Utilization
Crime Victim Assistance
Cultural and Linguistic Competence in the Social Work Profession
Deprofessionalization and Reclassification
Drug Testing in the Workplace
Early Childhood Care and Services
Education of Children and Youths
Electoral Politics
Employee Assistance
End-of-Life Care
Environmental Policy
Family Planning and Reproductive Choice
Family Policy
Family Violence
Foster Care and Adoption
Gender-, Ethnic-, and Race-Based Workplace Discrimination
Health Care Policy
Hospice Care
Immigrants and Refugees
International Policy on Human Rights
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Language and Cultural Diversity in the United States
Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Issues
Long-Term Care
Mental Health
Parental Kidnapping
Peace and Social Justice
People with Disabilities
Physical Punishment of Children
Poverty and Economic Justice
Professional Impairment
Professional Self-Care and Social Work
Prostituted People, Commercial Sex Workers, and Social Work Practice
Public Child Welfare
Role of Government, Social Policy, and Social Work
Rural Social Work
School Truancy and Dropout Prevention
School Violence
Slavery and Human Trafficking
Social Services
Social Work in the Criminal Justice System
Sovereignty, Rights, and the Well-Being of Indigenous Peoples
Technology and Social Work
Transgender and Gender Identity Issues
Voter Participation
Welfare Reform
Women in the Social Work Profession
Women’s Issues
Youth Suicide

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