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bundles-on any or all of our five complete ASWB exam practice
tests, two booster tests (one all DSM, one all ethics)…but not with
an ordinary coupon code. This one you get for practicing
the social work ethics you'll be learning and relearning to prepare
for the social work licensing exam. Here's the section we have in
6.04 Social and Political Action
(a) Social workers should engage in social and political
action that seeks to ensure that all people have equal access to
the resources, employment, services, and opportunities they require
to meet their basic human needs and to develop fully. Social
workers should be aware of the impact of the political arena on
practice and should advocate for changes in policy and legislation
to improve social conditions in order to meet basic human needs and
promote social justice.
(b) Social workers should act to expand choice and
opportunity for all people, with special regard for vulnerable,
disadvantaged, oppressed, and exploited people and groups.
(c) Social workers should promote conditions that encourage
respect for cultural and social diversity within the United States
and globally. Social workers should promote policies and practices
that demonstrate respect for difference, support the expansion of
cultural knowledge and resources, advocate for programs and
institutions that demonstrate cultural competence, and promote
policies that safeguard the rights of and confirm equity and social
justice for all people.
(d) Social workers should act to prevent and eliminate
domination of, exploitation of, and discrimination against any
person, group, or class on the basis of race, ethnicity, national
origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or
expression, age, marital status, political belief, religion,
immigration status, or mental or physical ability.
We've been trying to do something every day ahead of the
November 3rd election to act on the call to social and political
action in the NASW Code of Ethics. During the pandemic, that means
no-travel, no-contact effort: phonebanking, textbanking, postcard
and letter writing, and trying to get others to do the same.
What we're asking you do to: join us! Get active this election,
let us know about it (send a picture if you've got one) and we'll
send you a personalized coupon code that will save you 50%
on SWTP practice. That's the biggest coupon we've ever
We're not telling you who that work should be for (though if you
need some help identifying actions, we're happy to help). It's easy
as this: find a candidate or organization you support, go to their
website, hit TAKE ACTION or VOLUNTEER, and sign up. They'll put you
to work. There's plenty to do and never enough people to do it.
If you're feeling stressed out by current events, you may be
surprised to find that engaging in political action, aka "doing
something," helps with the stress, even as you're adding more
to-dos to your plate. It's counter-intuitive, but is usually the
Who better to test that out than social workers?
Thanks in advance. Looking forward to hearing soon about all