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2018 Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture

Sital Kaur of South Vancouver Neighbourhood House is this year’s recipient of the Inspiring Social Worker of the Year award. Here is her lecture from September 04, 2018.

 

2018 Splane Lecture in Social Policy

The UBC School of Social Work, the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, and the United Nations Association of Greater Vancouver and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) BC Office co-hosted the Splane Lecture in Social Policy on March 15, 2018.

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2017 Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture

The UBC School of Social Work and the British Columbia Association of Social Workers co-hosted the Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture on September 6, 2017. The recipient of the 2017 Inspiring Social Worker of the Year Award is Ilm Kassam (AIDS Vancouver), who shared his experiences and insights with new and returning social work students, guests, faculty and staff.

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2016 Splane Lecture in Social Policy:

Sense & Debility with Dr. Catherine Frazee

Splane Lecture Paper: Sense & Debility: How disability figures in progressive social policy, full transcript by Dr. Catherine Frazee

Sponsored by: UBC’s School of Social Work, UBC Centre for Inclusion and Citizenship, The Liu Institute for Global Issues, the United Nations Association in Canada, and The World Federalist Movement – Canada.

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2016 Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture

The UBC School of Social Work and the British Columbia Association of Social Workers co-hosted the Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture on September 6, 2016. New and returning social work students, guests, faculty and staff enjoyed a discussion between Karen Hodge and Angie Kwok, recipients of the 2016 Inspiring Social Worker of the Year Award along with Gary Thandi.

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2015 Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture

The UBC School of Social Work and the British Columbia Association of Social Workers co-hosted the Paul Cheng Memorial Lecture on September 8, 2015. Over 200 guests, students, the faculty and staff gathered and enjoyed a presentation provided by Mr. Steve Quinlan, a winner of 2015 Inspiring Social Worker of the Year Award.

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i2amUBC

A student-led photo project aimed at documenting the experiences of People of Colour at the University of British Columbia (the unceded territory of the Musqueam people).

Visit their project website for more information.

 

Everyday Ethics in Professional Life: Social Work as Ethics Work

On May 20, 2015, the UBC School of Social Work was pleased to present Dr. Sara Banks from Durham College, UK, speaking on “Everyday Ethics in Professional Life: Social Work as Ethics Work“.

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