Global Group Work Project (Global Group Work Project)
Since 2003, the Global Group Work Project has engaged social work educators and practitioners from diverse geographic regions and cultures in sharing how social work with groups is practiced and taught. The Project is an integral part of the International Association for the Social Work with Groups, and received initial funding from the International Association of Schools of Social Work.
Our website posts questions, resources and updates about social work with groups internationally, and provides forums for future collaboration and research. You are welcome to join in the Global Group Work Project's activities as we continue to encourage opportunities for effective and powerful social work group experiences throughout the world. We greatly appreciate your comments and suggestions!
We would love to hear your ideas for interactive features, activities and content on the website. For additional information, please go to the website or contact Carol Cohen, at email@example.com.
Register now for the 2017 IASWG NYC Symposium.
Submit your Symposium Poster Presentation Proposal by March 15th. Click here to learn more.
Coming in July! Group Work Camp in Wisconsin, USA.
Call for Papers: Groupwork invites you to submit papers that critically address the use of groupwork in all aspects of working with people who have experirenced political oppression. To learn moreGroupwork with people who have experienced political oppression, learn more here. Deadline January 1, 2018.
2017 Groupwork Student Essay Competition - Whiting and Birch are happy to announce the third Groupwork Essay Prize of $100.00. Student groupworkers are invited to submit an essay or paper on any aspect of their practice of groupwork. Any student on a first degree or masters program, or those who have graduated in 2016, may submit an essay or paper (maximum 5,000 words) for the prize.
Free Access to newest Groupwork article! Click here to read, "From lessons to sessions: How does second language teaching experience translate to psychoeducational group facilitation?," by current IASWG members.