July 25-27, 2014 (Friday to Sunday): 21st Century Forensic Practice: Beyond Cultural Competence. An international conference in collaboration with the National Organization of Forensic Social Work and other local, national, and international sponsors and supporters. Conference description: In this century of changing demographics and policy and system reform, this year’s NOFSW conference will feature inter-professional learning opportunities on how to integrate cultural competence with justice in clinical, organizational, community, and policy practice. This year’s conference will advance a new century…Find out more »
July 27, 2014 (Saturday): Elder and Inter-generational Family Justice. This event Features Bob Blancato of the Elder Justice Coalition and live performances from Rehabilitation Through the Arts, a performance group of formerly incarcerated persons (6:30 –9:00 pm). Register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/elderfamilyjustice-event For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Download announcement hereFind out more »
December 13, 2014 (Saturday): Co-Creating a Human Rights Culture: A Celebration of International Human Rights Day. At Fordham University, Pope Auditorium, Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, 113 West 60th Street, New York, NY, 10023.Find out more »
Trauma initially occurring in childhood is associated with later life revictimization and compromised physical and mental health. Participant will learn about (1) the relationship between early childhood trauma and later life trauma, violence, and abuse in later life and the human rights implications, (2) the unique dynamics and challenges of the influence of earlier life trauma on later life revictimization, physical and mental health, and other domains of wellbeing, (3) the role of resilient coping in trauma recovery in fostering health and wellbeing, (4) promising and evidencebased individual, family, and community approaches to prevention, assessment, and interventions with diverse elders, including restorative justice approaches, and (4) infusing culturally responsiveness and humility in practice and programming.
Participants will be able to (1) articulate the common the types of trauma experienced by elders across the life course (2) describe the types of mental, physical, and behavioral health consequences and the role of the DSM5 (3) demonstrate the use of forensic trauma assessment tools with the aging population. (3) apply the knowledge, values and skills obtained for assessment and intervention using case examples that focus on individuals and families, interprofessional teams, and intersectoral collaboration, and (5) identify legal and policy issues related to justice involved older adults and applied to case and legislative level advocacy.
Instructors: Dr. Tina Maschi and Dr. Keith MorgenFind out more »
Join fellow students, social workers, and community members for a viewing of clips from the film "13th," a documentary about the history of race and the criminal justice system in the United States. "13th" explores how the racism of mass incarceration has become a modern day form of slavery. Following the film, a panel of experts will discuss their own experiences with the criminal justice system, current efforts for reforming the system, and how social workers and the general public can join this fight for justice. Open discussion with the audience will follow.Find out more »
Sharing Ideas, Inspiring Movement Social Work Salon is hosting an interactive dialogue on the following topic: Creating a Human Rights Culture: Implications for Social Work and Other Professions This announcement is an open and special invitation to attend the first 'virtual salon' hosted by the Justia Agenda's Social Work Salon on Thursday, July 27 from 12-1 pm. This inaugural virtual gathering will sensitize participants to how we can address a variety of societal ills by…Find out more »
Please join the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service in celebrating “Forensic Social Work’s Role in Advancing Human Rights and Social Justice: A Local Global Celebration.” The event will bring together social workers and allies whose work entails promoting human rights and social justice and individual, family, and community well-being at the intersection of the civil and criminal justice legal systems. In 1879, the roots of the ‘forensic’ in social work were recognized with the establishment of the National…Find out more »
The 2nd Annual Global Justice & Social Work Gathering Co-Creating Actions in a New Era of Caring Justice SAVE THE DATE! August 7-9, 2018 (Tuesday-Thursday) Fordham University, New York City Continuing Education Credits Available For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comFind out more »
Advancing Rights, Justice, and Forensic Practice in Social Work: A Timely Dialogue With Social Work Educators, Authors and Scholars, and Practitioners Featured in Forensic Social Work: Psychosocial Legal Issues with Diverse Populations and Settings When: Monday, September 18, 2017, 12:00 PM -1:30 PM Eastern Time (The US and Canada) Download pdf document of slides: SWS 2-FINAL (9.18.2017) Register in Advance for the Salon at: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/e5899feb557c84344ac87b605f06faf5 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Salon Description: This special social work salon…Find out more »
Presents Report Release and Virtual Critical Dialogue on the Future of Global Justice Forensic Education in Social Work Download the report here: FSW report-FINAL-October 2017 Webinar Description Join us for a webinar to learn more about the present and future of forensic education in social work, and how innovative social work educators are using forensic education as a tool to build the capacity of the profession to advance human rights and social, economic, and environmental justice locally and globally. Download announcement…Find out more »