Good day, CSSSW members. We are eager to present our second winter quarterly newsletter!
As you may recall, this fall, we put a call out for volunteers to help with the newsletter. With this edition, we are delighted to announce and introduce our new newsletter committee: Meghann Cant, MSc, BSW, and Sarah Ritchie, BSW candidate. Meghann works in the animal welfare sector in advocacy, education, research, and policy, and comes to CSSSW with a background in science and social work. Sarah, in the fourth year of the BSW program at the University of Regina, has a background in infant and early childhood mental health and youth care work. Her areas of focus are gender-based violence, harm reduction, policy, advocacy, and activism.
In this issue, you will find details on our upcoming conference, some teasers from our society history project, a recorded meditation, and more!
If you know someone interested in becoming a CSSSW member, please invite them to visit the membership section of our website. Membership fees are currently being waived until June 20, 2022.
Please click in the newsletter image below to read the PDF of the full WINTER newsletter.
December 06th, 2022
We are open to any ideas you have for a short written contribution related to spirituality and social work! Simply send us your contribution (approximately 150 words or less - longer submissions may be accepted), through our Google form, and we will consider publishing your submission in our next newsletter!
We welcome abstracts of recent research or publications focused on spirituality and social work, community spotlight nominations of people doing exemplary work in this area, as well as creative contributions!
Submissions for the Winter Newsletter are due by the end of the day on Thursday, December 8, 2022. You may submit your submissions through our new Newsletter and Social Media Submissions Google form. You are also welcome to share your submissions via social media (linked at the bottom of this email) if you choose.
Submissions received after this date will be considered for our Spring Newsletter!
You can access our previous newsletters here.