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Quiz question: Who has human rights?

Everyone.

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Quiz question: What is the UDHR?

United Declaration of Human Rights.

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Complete the sentence

Social workers aim to:

Make society better.
Help people/families reach their potential.
Create change

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What do we need to do to make society better?

We need to change.

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What is an outlined process that hopes to help individuals, communities and systems that we go through so they can come out of the system feeling better about themselves...."working effectively & efficiently" towards the goals outlined, and is a critical process for what social workers do?

Change

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What is an outlined process that hopes to help individuals, communities and systems that we go through so they can come out of the system feeling better about themselves...."working effectively & efficiently" towards the goals outlined, and is a critical process for what social workers do?

Change

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The professor stated what? Fill in the blank.
What I think must be a good _________ might not be what you think is a good ___________.

change

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_____________ may be a place where social workers express differences in opinion.

A social work conference

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Social workers value what, cherish what, and believe what?

diversity, cherish multiculturalism, and we believe we can all learn from one another.

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Please fill in the blank:
Social workers value:
__________________________

diversity, cherish multiculturalism, and we believe we all learn from one another.

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What are @ the core of social work practice?

Values

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Please fill in the blank:

As ________, we have __________

people
diverse beliefs
cultures
expectations
philosophies
opinions

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What did the people of Greece, India, Rome notice?

That people naturally follow certain laws even if they're not told to do so

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What is it termed when people naturally follow law even when explicitly not told ?

Natural law

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Who kept trampling natural law?

People in power

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When was the UDHR made?

December 10, 1948

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Why was the UDHR made?

People had 0 rights back then; Cyrus the Great said people should be free to choose their religion. So he freed the slaves and the UDHR was created

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True or false? In the US there are rights that are upheld and rights violated?

True

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How do we draft a treaty?

treaty drafted,
president signature
given to US senate,
discussion,
decide to vote on treaty,
treaty needs 2/3 vote for ratification, it's also discussed a lot in Senate Foreign Relations Committee
If it gets 2/3 vote, the US becomes party to treaty and presidents signs it and sends it to UN
our job in US is to make sure that the terms of the treaty are implemented in the US.

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Please fill in the blank:

Social workers are one of the largest providers of ___________ in the nation. Where else are they available?

-mental health services
-child care services
-hospitals
-women's shelter
-correctional facilities
-schools

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Please fill in the blank:

This ____________________ (now referred to as Statement) serves like an overarching framework for social workers to work towards the highest possible standards of professional integrity.

-Statement of ethical principles

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Complete the following sentence:

Implicit in our acceptance of this Statement as social workers, educators, students is our commitment to _____________________________________________.

-Uphold social work's core values and principles as set out in this Statement

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Please complete this:

An array of values and ethical principles informs us as social workers; this reality was recognized ______________________________

-in 2014 by the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of the Schools of Social Work in the global definition of social work, which is layered and encourages regional and national amplifications

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What do social workers recognize/respect?

-dignity, worth of all people in attitude, word, deed.

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Can you please finish the sentence?

We respect all people, but we...

-Confront beliefs/actions of people devaluing, stigmatizing themselves or others

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What is social work based on?

- respect for inherent, dignity of all people,
-personal, social/civil rights

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What do social workers embrace, promote?

-Fundamental, inalienable rights of all people

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What are social worker's obligations?

-Help people they work w/get social justice

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What do social workers challenge?

Discrimination based on
-Age
-gender
-culture
-nationality (lack there of)
-poverty
-mental/physical ability
-civil status
-religion
-race
-socioeconomic status
-spiritual beliefs
-family structure
-sexual orientation
-physical characteristics
-opinions
-political beliefs
-relationship status
-class

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What do social workers work towards strengthening?

-Inclusive communities respecting ethnic, cultural variation of societies, keeping in mind individual, group, community differences