International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW)
Association internationale des écoles de travail social (AIETS)
Asociación Internacional de Escuelas de Trabajo Social
1929 Berlin Germany
The first International Conference on Social Work was held in 1928, Paris (France). Constitution completely revised and present name adopted, 1956, Munich (Germany). New Constitution approved 1994.
Ensure international leadership and encourage high standards in social work education and research; provide an international forum; collect and disseminate information; represent the interests of social work education in connection with activities of other international governmental and nongovernmental bodies; encourage exchange of teachers and students.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Board of Directors (meets annually); Executive Committee; Committees; Task Forces. Congresses open; Assemblies open to representatives of all schools of social work, but vote limited to member schools. Regional committee: D-XD3181 - Nordic Association of Schools of Social Work (NASSW).
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