The High Cost of Being Poor
This webinar is hosted by Center for Financial Social Work
Social workers endeavor to develop communities, rally support, and influence public policy for social change. They also work with individuals to reduce or remove the barriers they encounter.
Financial Social Workers help to expand financial health and wellness, but for financial literacy to achieve its goals clients need to have money to manage.
Community and policy level interventions for helping to shape clients’ financial futures
The systemic effects of cyclical poverty
Why more than financial literacy is needed
The relevance of Modern financial rights movements from a consumer aspect (e.g., FightFor15)
Why solidarity across professions is required to achieve meaningful change