Kendall Institute, the China Association for Social Workers (CASWE) and the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), for assistance to rapidly expand social work education in China.
What does AASSW stand for?
AASSW stands for Association of Schools of Social Work (est. 1919)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
We have 2 other meanings of AASSW in our Acronym Attic
- Advances in Arts, Social Sciences and Education Research
- Alamo Area Summer Swim League (San Antonio, TX)
- Ahmed Adnan Saygun Sanat Merkezi (Turkish: Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center; Izmir, Turkey)
- American Association of Secondary School Principals
- Arkansas Association of Secondary School Principals
- Australasian Association of Six Sigma Practitioners
- Association of Asian Social Science Research Councils
- Advanced Automated Signals Search System
- Armenian American Society for Studies on Stress and Genocide (est. 1988)
- Active Aces Super Senior Tennis Club (Fredericksburg, VA)
- American Association of State Social Work Boards
- Academy for the Advancement of Science and Technology
- Advanced Air Surveillance Technician (AWACS surveillance position)
- All Arms Search Team (military training)
- American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
- Anhui Association for Science and Technology (China)
- Arab Academy for Science and Technology
- Regional Consultation Workshop for Advance Agricultural Science and Technology (Asian Development Bank; Manila, Philippines)
- Alliance for the Advancement of Science through Astronomy (Washington)
- Arizona Arts, Sciences and Technology Academy
Samples in periodicals archive:
By 1972, Farman-Farmaian was on the board of the International Association of Schools of Social Work and had become a vice president of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.
Although curricula concerning gender, race, and cultural diversity have a foothold in social work education, scholars in either country have observed that discrimination and oppression related to sexual orientation and gender identity are commonly not addressed (Aronson, 1995; CASSW Task Force on Gay/ Lesbian/Bi-Sexual/Transgendered (GLBT) Issues, Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work [CASSW], (1) 2002; CASWE Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered Caucus, 2008; Morrow, 1996; O'Neill, 1995; Stainton & Swift, 1996; Woodford & Bella, 2003).
Looking beyond our borders at the international level in 2004 both the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) adopted the Ethics in Social Work, Statement of Principles (IFSW & IASSW, 2004).
In 1987 the Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work (CASSW) described Canada's Schools of Social Work as being at "a historical crossroads in Canada's history with respect to its First Nations" (CASSW 1987, 3).
This fourth issue has several international contributions from Canada and the United States including a reviewed version of a paper presented at the Women's Symposium of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) held in July 2000 in Montreal.
In 1910, the New York School started a two-year program and in 1932 the American Association of Schools of Social Work (AASSW) published a list of curriculum requirements for a two-year graduate education program (Austin, 1986).
This journal sits within the context of international women's networking, such as the Women's Interest Group of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW).