Working with Black Refugee and Immigrant Youth

Open to all social workers and students

NASWMN Chapter 0 215

Join us to explore the complex dimensions facing refugee and immigrant youth as they adjust to life in the United States. The webinar will focus on Black youth, given that this group has received less scholarly work historically to inform practice. We will use an intersectionality framework to understand the multidimensional identities impacting Black refugee and immigrant youth experiences and adjustment within and outside school settings. 

Ethics & Diversity: Using "Intersectional Ethics" to Provide a Framework for Ethical Deliberation

Open to all social workers and students

NASWMN Chapter 0 212

“Intersectional ethics” provides an anti-oppressive ethics practice framework to move beyond dominant theories such as deontology and utilitarianism to include non-dominant moral theories such as Buddhist and Confucian ethics. As workshop participants will learn, “intersectional ethics” seeks to honor, preserve, and advance diverse human relationships and cultures in social work ethics practice.

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