Dear members As you know our abstract submission deadline is currently set for the 31st January 2020. We understand that January is a very busy month therefore we are pleased to announce that we have extended our submission deadline until the 28th February 2020. We hope that this will allow our members extra time to…
New publication on Beyond the Binary: Addressing Cisnormativity in the Social Work Classroom by Jama Shelton and SJ Dodd from Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College. You can access the article by visiting clicking here. Shelton, J. and Dodd, S. (2019) Teaching note – Beyond the binary: Addressing cisnormativity in the social work classroom,…
Social Work & Sexualities 3rd International Conference: Laws, policies, guidelines and gender-sexuality identities – Mumbai 2020
Call For Papers: Deadline for submissions EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 19th 2018 // Appel aux communications : date limite pour les soumissions REPOUSSÉE JUSQU’AU 19 FÉVRIER 2018
2nd International Sexuality and Social Work Conference, August 8th – 10th 2018, Montreal, Canada
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: February 19th 2018
For more than 10 years now I have been working as a social worker assisting sex workers. Humanitas PMW in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is a NGO that offers specialized support to anyone who makes or made money with sex, irrespective of for example the type of sex work, their gender, age, ethnicity or residence status.
The work involved in “Conservative Christian Beliefs and Sexual Orientation in Social Work: Privilege, Oppression and the Pursuit of Human Rights” seems to have only widened in terms of where we are in the U.S. with regard to oppression, privilege, and human rights.
Compound Harms: What the Literature Says About U.K. and U.S. Transgender Young People in Survival Sex
Transgender (trans)* young people engaging in survival sex in the United Kingdom and the United States is a major research gap and this blog will introduce a limited selection of compound harms featured in a broader interdisciplinary literature review compiled for my PhD thesis.
A UK social work student, Ann*, was on placement in an Adult Services Team. In a case discussion Ann proposed that perhaps the recent unusual and more frequent challenging behaviour of a young man with Learning Difficulties could be related to sexual needs.