• Learn why #CourtsMatter to voting rights

    Just weeks before the 2018 midterm elections, learn about the most pressing issues facing our right to vote and the role the courts will play in protecting this right. Join the National Council of Jewish Women on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 1:30 p.m. ET for a webinar with civil and voting rights expert Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the National Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
  • Register for the 2018 Virtual Forum Now!

    NASW 2018 Virtual Forum
    Opioid Crisis: No Community is Immune
    Join us November 14 & 15 for two days of unparalleled professional development and continuing education opportunities by participating online from anywhere in the world and earn up to 8 CE Credits! Learn more and register now. 

  • Help Get “Democracy Class” Into Classrooms

    Created by Rock the Vote in 2010 and relaunched in 2018, Democracy Class is a free, nonpartisan curriculum that educates high school students about the importance and history of voting and pre-registers and registers them to vote. Educators have the option to teach a one-period lesson or add additional modules to teach young people about modern-day voting rights, the importance of local elections, and how their vote can impact issues that affect their communities.
  • Participate in National Voter Registration Day, Sept. 25, 2018

    On Tuesday September 25, 2018 volunteers and organizations from all over the country will “hit the streets” in a single day of coordinated field, technology, and media efforts to create broad awareness of voter registration opportunities to reach tens of thousands of voters who may not register otherwise. Use these tools to help organize events and activities leading up to National Voter Registration Day.
  • Get involved in the policy development process at NASW

    Member feedback is important. We invite NASW members to review and comment on these policies by visiting the Comment Forum between June 25 and July 25, 2018.

    • Adolescent and Young Adult Health
    • Community Development
    • Confidentiality and Information Utilization
    • Crime Victim Assistance
    • Family Violence
    • Hospice Care
    • Rural Social Work
    • Parental Kidnapping
    • Voter Participation

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