The Spiritual Diversity and Social Work Initiative promotes respect, wisdom, and skill among social workers and allies around the world regarding:

  • Diverse religious and nonreligious spiritual perspectives
  • Spirituality and religion as strengths and resources for wellbeing and social justice
  • Philosophies of social work and social justice
  • Ethical and moral reflection by professionals and clients
  • Practices, policies, theories, research methods, and educational approaches that are culturally appropriate and spiritually sensitive

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