Associate Professor of Professional Practice Rebecca Davis, Ph. D., MSW, LCSW is a Representative to the UN for the International Association of Schools of Social Work and Board Member for the Working Group on Girls (UN/NGO). She explains the importance of observing Human Rights Day and what social workers can do to support this year's emphasis on honoring girls' rights as human rights.
Living with HIV is a unique experience for every person; having this infection cannot be categorized in a single story. One’s journey living with HIV is remarkable; therefore, telling their story from a single story lens would be a disservice to them.
Latino sexual minority men who experience racial, ethnic and sexual prejudice are more likely to delay HIV testing, complicating efforts to end the more than 40-year epidemic, according to a new Rutgers School of Social Work study.
November 20 is Transgender Day of Remembrance. DSW student Zan Haggerty shares what Transgender Day of Remembrance means to them and how social work students and practitioners can commemorate this month.