On January 20th, the 13th China Social Workers Annual Conference unfolded in Beijing, shedding light on the advancements and achievements in the field of NGO work, particularly in the context of social work in China.
The event, organized by the China Association of Social Workers and executed by the China Philanthropy Times, was graced by the presence of esteemed government leaders and guests, including Cao Jianming, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People’s Congress and Li Baojun, member of the Party Group and Vice Minister of the Ministry of Civil Affairs.
Set against the backdrop of China’s new era, as outlined in the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, 2023 marks the inaugural year of new journeys and missions for NGO work.
The China Philanthropy Times utilized the conference as an opportunity to recognize outstanding contributions by announcing the winners of awards including the annual Chinese social worker, the most devoted social worker, the most devoted medical social worker, and exemplary projects.
These accolades not only serve y as commendations but also as catalysts, propelling the advancement of professionalism and talent within the field of social work.
Beyond individual efforts, NGO workers in China collectively emerge as a formidable force, actively shaping a more compassionate and resilient domestic society. As the conference unfolded, it became evident that the profound impact of NGO work extends far beyond policy discussions, illustrating its pivotal role in sculpting a brighter future for communities and individuals alike.