The Institute organizes international conferences, forums, symposia, seminars, workshops, and other forms of meetings and events. Recent activities include:
Staff members of the Institute also actively participate--through invitation or of their own volition--in similar events held in other countries to give speeches, lectures, and presentations in order to disseminate, share, discuss, or test their knowledge and ideas. Some examples include:
The Third International Conference on Practice Research, "Building Bridges Not Pipelines: Promoting Two-way Traffic Between Practice and Research." (June 9-11, 2014 at Hunter College, The City University of New York);
"The Role of international SW associations: Can Partnership Be Equal?--Focusing on Education and Research Assistant Projects," International Social Welfare Conference (South Seoul University, 28 March 2014); "Human Resource Policy Frameworks: Is Professionalization the Way We take?--A Rejection of "Social Work = Professional Social Work"," the 17th International Conference for Social Work Day in Vietnam (Vietnam Youth Academy, 10 November 2014), etc.