Spiritual Diversity and Social Work:
The First Annual Conference Canadian Conference on Spirituality and Social Work.
Univeristy of Toronto
May 25, 2002
This was the first conference in Canada dedicated to Spirituality and Social Work; 100 practitioners, scholars and students attended. This conference was held with the support of, and in conjunction, with the annual meeting of the CASSW; the assistance provided by the Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto regarding on-site arrangements was greatly appreciated. Funding from the SSHRC made the conference possible.
The keynote address was given by Dr. Edward Canda, and additional information on his keynote can be viewed here.
This conference would not have taken place without the financial support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Conference support was also received from the Canadian Association of Schools of Social Work as well as participating Social Work Programs including those at:
Department of Social Work, St. Thomas University
Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary
Department of Social Work, Renison College
Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
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Brian Ouellette, St. Thomas University