International Federation of Social Workers http://ifsw.org/ A global organisation striving for social justice, human rights and social development through the promotion of social work, best practice models and the facilitation of international cooperation.
Society for Social Work Research http://www.sswr.org/ Based in the USA with members across the world, the Society for Social Work and Research advances, disseminates, and translates research that addresses issues of social work practice and policy and promotes a diverse, just, and equitable society.
The International Social Work and Society Association http://tissa.net/ An independent cooperation between European universities, institutes and organizations to enhance and promote the international scientific and professional discourse about Social Work and its relation to society.
International Council on Social Welfare http://www.icsw.org/ ICSW and their members are active in a wide range of fields within the general areas of social development, social welfare and social justice.
International Association of Social Educators (AIEJI) http://aieji.net/ The purpose of AIEJI is to emphasize and promote the philosophy of social education and its uniqueness in being actively involved in partnership with clients, working with them, not only individually but in groups, families, communities and the social envi
Council on Social Work Education http://www.cswe.org/ This USA-based NGO represents more than 2,500 individual members, as well as graduate and undergraduate programs of professional social work education.
Social WOrk Research Map http://www.sworm.org/ This is a new website that aims to facilitate access to international literature in social work. For some time now, the project team for Social Work Research Map (SWORM) has been exploring the potential of computational science methods for social work research. The project has analyzed 25,000 publications of the last 60 years and clustered them by topic. The result and a video tutorial can be found at www.sworm.org. You can not only search for specific topics on the website, but also set up your personal library and get automated recommendations. The project team would be pleased if the result of our work is helpful for you, your students or colleagues. You are also welcome to give us feedback on your experiences with the site (contact details - see website).