Association of Caribbean Social Work Educators (ACSWE)
Asociación de Educadores de Trabajo Social del Caribe
1997-07-10 Port-of-Spain Trinidad-Tobago
10 Jul 1997, Port-of-Spain (Trinidad-Tobago), within E-XE2018 - North American and Caribbean Association of Schools of Social Work (NACASSW).
Seek ways of improving standards of social work education in the Caribbean, as well as address issues of relevance to Caribbean social work educators and practitioners involved in training residing outside of the region; provide a forum in which issues related to development of social work education in the region can be discussed, where policy proposals can be developed and where moral and practical support can be given to colleagues.
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