Faculty of Social Work News Archive
December 9, 2019 —
'We are trying to see the light in the dark'
October 28, 2019 —
'Immigrants and refugees are entitled to the same conditions and human rights accorded to citizens and residents in host societies'
October 21, 2019 —
Dr. Michael Yellow Bird, a celebrated scholar, author, inspirational teacher and passionate advocate for decolonization, Indigenous social innovation and creativity, and institutional and environmental systems change, has recently been appointed as the Dean of the Faculty of Social Work at the University of Manitoba
October 18, 2019 —
"Access gave me the confidence to go to university and pursue my dreams" - Prairie-Rose Hapa
September 26, 2019 —
Researchers are looking for people with experiences that occurred between 2006 and 2016
September 23, 2019 —
The University of Manitoba is pleased to announce new leadership appointments
September 3, 2019 —
Our team of researchers from the faculties of education and social work at the University of Manitoba are learning about how educators in one school division are working to better support children in care
July 17, 2019 —
A Star Blanket ceremony was held to honour former acting dean, Diane Hiebert-Murphy, for her dedication to nurturing positive relationships and for her extraordinary leadership over the past year.
June 14, 2019 —
'The clock is ticking on Canada’s chance to enact important measures against organ trafficking,' writes Professor Maria Cheung
April 4, 2019 —
On March 27 and 28, 2019, the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Social Work hosted Poverty and Social Inclusion for Families in Manitoba as part of the Families in Canada Conference 2019 that took place in Ottawa and simultaneously at co-hosting university partners across the country. The national theme of the conference focused on the use of both big (social indicators) and little (qualitative) data to improve family policy and practice within Canada. The local theme focused on the intersection of data with social inclusion and poverty affecting families in Manitoba. The satellite event welcomed students, academics, funders, non-profit leaders and community members.