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- Harvard Implicit Association Test
- Dismantling Racism
- Anti-Racism in Academia
- Racial Equity Tools
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Maturity Index
- Diversity Training for Your Workplace
- Assess your Diversity and Inclusion Program
- Confronting Poverty: Tools for Understanding Economic Hardship and Risk
- Cultural Nuances in International Social Work Practice: The Philippines
- A Blueprint to Reduce LGBTQ Youth Homelessness
- Equity-minded Competence in Higher Education
- The Practice of Hope: Participatory Models for Work With Communities
- Social Work With Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants
Harvard Implicit Association Test
We cannot honestly approach this work without first grappling with any biases we ourselves may hold. This simple test is meant to help individuals recognize their own implicit bias.
A website with resources to define and dismantle racism. Offers workbooks for self-guided training.
Anti-Racism in Academia
5-part discussion series, outlining an action-oriented approach to dismantling racism through conscious decisions and intentional actions. This is a volunteer-led initiative open to all employees working within higher ed institutions.
Racial Equity Tools
Offers tools, research, tips, curricula, data, and ideas for people who want to increase their own understanding and to help those working for racial justice at every level in systems, organizations, communities, and the culture at large.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Maturity Index
In higher education, attention to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts is often focused on the student population. CUPA-HR's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Maturity Index is designed to help higher ed institutions take meaningful steps to develop their DEI efforts around staff and faculty. The index helps you measure your institution's progress on five areas of workforce DEI efforts: 1) Communication and education, 2) Assessment, 3) Culture, 4) Investment and infrastructure, and 5) Compensation, recruitment, and retention.
Diversity Training for Your Workplace
Website that provides a collection of free resources that address diversity training in the workplace.
Assess your Diversity and Inclusion Program
An assessment that tests the level of diversity and inclusion present in a company workplace.
Confronting Poverty: Tools for Understanding Economic Hardship and Risk
This website offers several tools for understanding poverty in the US, including a risk calculator to gauge likelihood of poverty by several characteristics (including gender, race & age), a discussion guide, facts & myths, and research on poverty and inequality.
Cultural Nuances in International Social Work Practice: The Philippines
This resource explores what approaches to self-care reveal about Filipino culture. Although using standard selfâ€care skills, the approaches are interpreted through a Filipino cultural lens situated in the unique social context of the country. Self-care skills are chosen that align with Filipino culture.
A Blueprint to Reduce LGBTQ Youth Homelessness
The rich compilation of resources is a product of 3/40 Blueprinta collaborative effort between the Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois at Chicago, the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Houston, the Center for the Study of Social Policy, and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Equity-minded Competence in Higher Education
In the first of a two-part Educator|Resource we draw on a wealth of research-based strategies that can be applied to faculty hiring, student success, and curriculum development. Rich resources also provided that can support social work educators and administrators in creating an equity-minded practice and advancing institutional change.
The Practice of Hope: Participatory Models for Work With Communities
Description: Resources on the use of participatory approaches such as asset-based community development and community-based participatory research as pragmatic strategies that ignite hope in social work research and practice with diverse communities and organizations.
Social Work With Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants
This resource presents course materials to prepare students to work effectively with and advocate for foreign-born populations. Using a flipped-classroom format, class time is spent on active and applied learning. The resource includes the course syllabus, learning activities, discussion questions, and assignments.