Asian and Pacific Association for Social Work Education (APASWE)
1974 Nairobi Kenya
1974, Nairobi (Kenya), as Asian Regional Association for Social Work Education (ARASWE), during 17th International Congress of Schools of Social Work.
Promote inter-school exchange of bibliographies, teaching materials and curricula, faculty and students and such other activities that might enhance the further development of social work education in the region; serve as a clearing house for communication, planning and implementation of special projects, field research and pilot projects; function as a body through which resources may be channelled to the region; promote inter-regional cooperation.
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General Body (meets every 2 years, during biennial Conference). Executive Board, consisting of President, Vice President, Honorary Secretary, Honorary Treasurer and 4 members. In addition, the Executive Body includes (ex-officio): Immediate Past President; the presidents (or their representatives) of each of the national associations of schools of social work; the representative of ESCAP (without voting powers); and the representatives of 3 NGOs: IASSW, ICSW (Asia and Pacific Region), IFSW (Asia and Pacific Region) (without voting rights).
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