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IFSW award to Richard Ramsey.

Professor Richard Ramsay is the winner of the Andrew Mouravieff-Apostol Award, of the International Federation of Social Workers. The award is given every two years to an individual or organization who made a significant contribution to international social work. Ramsey is Professor Emeritus from the University of Calgary where he taught and conducted research for 29 years.

He has been active in developing a suicide prevention training program that earned international acclaim, a program now in use in a number of countries.

A former president of the Alberta Association of Social Workers, he has been prominent in the activities of the International Association of Schools of Social Work.
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Date:Aug 21, 2006
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