12 Int'l Soc. Work 1 (1969)

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EDITORIAL NOTE


   INTERNATIONAL Social Work enters its
   twelfth year  with a  new  cover, a  new
   format,  new  ambitions, and the promise
of new  editorial excellence. Following care-
ful assessment of the first decade of experi-
ence,  the  three  sponsoring  organizations
agreed,  at their 1968  meetings in Helsinki,
Finland, to new  editorial arrangements and
a  larger investment of resources to improve
the quality and appearance  of the Journal.

   Mrs. Elizabeth E. Irvine of the University
of York, England, has been  named  editor-in-
chief of the  Journal. She  will be assisted
by  Mr. Robert Leaper  of University College,
Swansea,  Wales,  and Mr.  Peter Leonard of
the National Institute for Social Work Train-
ing, London, England,  who  have  agreed  to
serve as  editorial advisers. Mr. Donald  S.
Howard   of the University of California, Los
Angeles, United States, resumes the position
he previously held as book  review editor.

  An  editorial committee composed   of the
Secretaries-General of the three sponsoring


organizations -  Mr.  Nelson Jackson, IFSW,
Mrs. Kate  Katzki, ICSW  and Mrs.  Katherine
A. Kendall, IASSW   -   will co-ordinate edi-
torial policy and assist in locating materials
within the particular fields of interest of the
three groups. Mr. Sharad  D. Gokhale, ICSW
Assistant Secretary-General for Asia, will con-
tinue as managing   editor, assisted by Mrs.
Chandra  Dave  as publications assistant. The
Journal is published as before in Bombay.

  The  Journal was started in January, 1958
by  the International Conference  of  Social
Work  and International Association of Schools
of Social Work   as a  common   venture and
cooperative programme activity.   The  Inter-
national Federation of Social Workers  later
joined  in the  sponsorship of  International
Social Work,  thus  making  the Journal the
official organ of the three major non-govern-
mental bodies  in the field of social welfare.
Now,  as  in the beginning, the Journal will
attempt to bring to the members  of each of
the sponsoring organizations substantive arti-
cles and  reports of developments  in social

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