SWRJ Co-Founder Interviewed by In Social Work Podcast
By Rachel L. West
Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant
Katherine E. Bisanz, LGSW, co-founder of Social Workers for Reproductive Justice (SWRJ) was a guest on In Social Work Podcast at the University at Buffalo’s School of Social Work. You can listen to Katherine’s interview here.
Social Workers for Reproductive Justice is an emerging organization that educates and organizes social workers around reproductive rights issues.
Social Workers for Reproductive Justice believes that social workers should follow the NASW Code of Ethics by advocating for self-determination when it comes to issues of sexual and reproductive health. This means that when in practice a social worker should support any and all clients making decisions related to when, how and if to have a family and provide unbiased support, accurate information, and appropriate referrals for the client’s needs (Source)
A couple of years ago I interviewed the organizations other co-founder Maggie Rosenbloom about the SWRJ and her work for Social Work Helper. You can read that interview here.