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- How many employees does Nintendo have around the world?
The company shared its Corporate Social Responsibility report where it talks about its social work
and the number of employees it has.
Entrepreneur. Friday, 2 Jul 2021.
- Pro-Palestine protesters at NYC Hunter College CUNY hijack Zoom lecture
Jewish students at the Silberman School of Social Work
at Hunter College CUNY said a recent Zoom lecture was used as a forum to air anti-Semitic views by pro-Palestine activists.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 10 Jun 2021.
- Covid: Social workers fear a 'generation of traumatised children'
Social workers fear many vulnerable young people have slipped under the radar during the pandemic.
BBC News. Tuesday, 1 Jun 2021.
- Illinois 'Battle Buddy' program sends cops with military background to respond to veterans in crisis
Instead of sending in social workers, a pioneering Illinois police program designed to aide despondent and suicidal veterans deploys officers who have military backgrounds of their own to 911 calls about vets in crisis.
Fox News. Friday, 28 May 2021.
- Olivia's last chance
Social workers in Devon say Olivia has an 'amazing smiley face' and is 'a real people person' who likes music, toys, teddies and having a bath.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 27 May 2021.
- Gail Coburn, Social Worker With a Gift for Solutions, Dies at 71
After a divorce in her early 20s, Ms. Coburn raised her son and launched herself on a succession of careers. She died of Covid-19.
New York Times. Tuesday, 13 Apr 2021.
- 14th juror seated in Derek Chauvin's trial in George Floyd's death
The newest juror is a White social worker
in her 20s who said she has talked with friends about police reform and that she thinks "there are things that should be changed."
CBS News. Friday, 2 Apr 2021.
- Victim of botched raid calls Chicago mayor's inaction a "betrayal"
Anjanette Young, a 50-year-old social worker, was naked inside her home when a dozen armed police officers burst into the wrong apartment and handcuffed her.
CBS News. Wednesday, 3 Mar 2021.
- Victim of botched Chicago police raid sues city, officers
A social worker
who endured a botched raid conducted by Chicago police officers in 2019 has sued the city, alleging officials engaged in a conspiracy to cover up civil rights violations.
Fox News. Tuesday, 23 Feb 2021.
- UNICEF Helps Traumatized Children Learn To Forget In South Sudan
With support from UNICEF, caring social workers help children released by armed groups in South Sudan begin the long road back to happiness.
Forbes. Friday, 12 Feb 2021.
- During lockdown, there has been a worrying rise in the number of referrals to child protection units
A small 11-year-old boy sits across the table from a social worker
who has been called to his school after he said his stepfather was violent towards him.
Sky News. Sunday, 25 Oct 2020.
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