Welcome to the Virtual Forum
Discover how social work can play a transformative role in addressing the pressing environmental challenges of our time by attending the 2023 NASW Virtual Forum which will be held on Wednesday, November 1st and Thursday, November 2nd, 2023. The theme for this two-day virtual event will be “Environmental Justice: Through the Social Work Lens.”
This exciting event will bring together experts to share insights about the intersection of social work and environmental justice, empowering you with a deeper understanding of the impact we can make. Keynotes, plenaries, and breakout sessions will address a wide range of topics such as mental health/climate anxiety, ecosocial work, environmental health disparities, activism, racism, ethics, and much more.
For general questions about content, CE credits or other information about the Virtual Forum, please contact NASW at email@example.com
For a full explanation of our cancellation policy, please check the FAQ page.
Between the live event and access to the session recordings after the program you will be able to earn up to 25 CEs. You will be able to earn 13 CEs by fully participating in the live event on November 1st and 2nd. The sessions will be recorded and made available to registrants at no additional cost for three months. You can earn an additional 12 CEs by viewing the recordings of the sessions that you weren’t able to attend during the live event.
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For general questions about content, CE credits or other information about the Virtual Forum, please contact NASW at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a full explanation of our cancellation policy or for further support, please check the FAQpage.
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