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Sexual Harassment Training Doesn’t Work: But Some Things Do

 

 

Traditional methods can backfire, but ideas like teaching bystanders to intervene and promoting more women have proved effective.

Many people are familiar with typical corporate sexual harassment training: clicking through a PowerPoint, checking a box that you read the employee handbook or attending a mandatory seminar at which someone lectures about harassment ..Read More…

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Mental Health Issue or Not: There Are Too Many Guns Out There

 

By Janlee Wong

Sadly, the political discourse in this country has become so polarized (aided and abetted by the White House) that instead of discussing the massive availability of guns in this country as contributing to mass shootings, politicians dismiss the issue as the actions of a “deranged” individual for which nothing ..Read More…

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SOCIAL WORK DISASTER RELIEF

 

In response to the disasters (natural and human made), NASW offers the following resources

(some of the resources are Members Only):

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

https://naswca.site-ym.com/page/Disaster

 

 

 

 

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NASWCA Women’s Council Report

 

Disregard of Human Dignity In the Context of Social Service Delivery

By Marilyn Montenegro

In spite of clearly inadequate housing there was no agency to provide services designed to place my former client in safe, appropriate and affordable housing. After months of research and advocacy Norma is paying 60 percent of her income to ..Read More…

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Open Bridges Gains Steam!

 

CCLTSS writes a letter of support for CCI rate restructuring to allow Medi-Cal Funding for Assisted Living Settings.

By Jason Bloome

The Open Bridges campaign began about two years ago with a goal to change the rate tables for the California Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI) to allow Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) to ..Read More…

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: REVISION AND UPDATE OF NASW CENTENNIAL POSTERS

 

1.2. Statement of Purpose

This is to invite proposals to manage the first stage of the revision and update of the NASW California Chapter Centennial Posters.  This would include revision of existing content, development of new content and working with graphic artists and information technology professionals to develop proposals for new digital ..Read More…

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