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CODE OF ETHICS

 CODE OF ETHICS

Front cover illustration: ‘Murr-roo-ma Mur-rook Boo-larng’ [To Make Good Together] 2010. Acrylic on canvas, 1000mm x 750mm
 Original artwork: Elizabeth McEntyre, Worimi Nation (NSW)
 Mentor: Les Elvin, Wonnarua Nation (NSW)
 Kungera Art (Aberdare NSW)
 Story: A traditional Aboriginal family is sitting around a burning campfire. Through the flames of the campfire, the smoke forms a spiralling upward pathway, travelling through the AASW logo and linking the family with the environments of education, housing and health. The goal for social work is to ethically engage and interact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians to promote, achieve and maintain their overall well being. The three core values that members of the social work profession are committed to – Respect for persons, Social justice and Professional integrity – are symbolised as being cyclical and never ending.
The AASW Code of Ethics was presented at the Australian Association of Social Workers’ Annual General Meeting, Brisbane, 12 November 2010. Amendments to the Constitution of the AASW at the 2010 Annual General Meeting required a minor reprint of the Code of Ethics 2010. These amendments affected section 1.4 only of the Code of Ethics 2010.
 Australian Association of Social Workers
ABN 93 008 576 010
Level 4, 33–35 Ainslie Place
Canberra ACT 2601
[Postal address: Po Box 4956, Kingston ACT 2604]
Tel: (02) 6232 3900
Fax: (02) 6230 4399
Email: aaswnat@aasw.asn.au
Website: www.aasw.asn.au
 ISBN: 978-0-9808661-0-0
Design and layout: Karen Silsby
Artwork: Elizabeth McEntyre
 © Australian Association of Social Workers 2010This publication is copyright. Apart from fair dealing for the purpose of private study, research, criticism or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission.

Preamble

      Social workers acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the First Australians, whose lands, winds and waters we all now share, and pay respect to their unique values, and their continuing and enduring cultures which deepen and enrich the life of our nation and communities.

       Social workers commit to acknowledge and understand the historical and contemporary disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the implication of this for social work practice.

 

      working with individuals, groups and communities, through both advocacy and policy reform initiatives, in the pursuit and achievement of equitable access to social, economic, environmental and political resources

 

      providing assistance to improve the wellbeing of clients. Clients are individuals, families and other kinship arrangements, groups, communities, organisations and societies, especially those who are neglected, marginalised, vulnerable, excluded, disadvantaged, alienated or have exceptional needs

 

      raising awareness of structural and systemic inequities

 

      promoting policies and practices that achieve a fair allocation of social resources

 

      acting to bring about social or systemic change to reduce social barriers, inequality and injustice.

 

To accomplish its aims, the social work profession pursues:

 

      the development and application of knowledge, theory and skills regarding human behaviour, social structures, systems or processes

 

      the development and distribution of resources to meet the needs of individuals and communities.


The Australian Association of Social Workers Ltd (AASW) and its members adhere to the International Federation of Social Workers’ and International Association of Schools of Social Work’s Ethics in Social Work, Statement

 

of Principles (2004). In developing this Australian Code of Ethics direct reference has been made to the aforementioned Statement.

 

 



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