Sep 22, 2016
Priorities are voting rights, criminal and juvenile justice reforms, immigration and economic equity
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has set five social justice priorities to address over the next year - voting rights, criminal justice reforms, juvenile justice, immigration reform and economic justice and equity.
Within this set of social justice priorities are four sub-priorities - health and behavioral health equity, racial and population-based discrimination, matters involving courts such as U.S. Supreme Court and federal judge nominations and environmental justice.
“These are social justice ...