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Ethics Committee

The Ethics Committee is a standing committee and is foundational to the work of the Chapter. The committee reviews conflict of interest cases, including surrogate cases; uses information gained in that process to inform ethics training content; publicizes the ethical obligations of members in the newsletter and at conferences and trainings; assists with media responses regarding social work ethics; identifies pending changes to controversial ethical and professional standards; and works with the SWAG and PACE to ensure they consider ethics when prioritizing legislation and considering candidate support, respectively.

Political Action for Candidate Election Committee

The mission of the NASW Ohio Chapter Political Action for Candidate Election (PACE) committee is to help elect public officials who support the goals and objectives of the social work profession and its consumers; to promote political education; and to identify and promote social workers for public and political party offices.

Social Work Advocacy Group

The Social Work Advocacy Group (SWAG) is open to everyone, including NASW members, non-members and non-social workers. Regular meetings occur at the NASW Ohio Chapter office (400 W. Wilson Bridge Rd., Suite 103) for those who can come in-person and via conference call for those who cannot travel to the office. These regular phone calls, combined with in-person meetings, allow you to engage in NASW Ohio Chapter's advocacy work and take action as a group.

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