Sunday, December 22, 2013

Sally Schroer and Cari Krenik Document poverty and the need for assistance to take away the children of the former victim of torture in captivity

2013 Minnesota Statutes


Subdivision 1.Responsibility to clients.

A social worker's primary professional responsibility is to the client. A social worker must respect the client's interests, including the interest in self-determination, except when required to do otherwise by law.

Subd. 2.Nondiscrimination.

A social worker must not discriminate against a client, intern, student, or supervisee or in providing services to a client, intern, or supervisee on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, religion, illness, disability, political affiliation, or social or economic status.

Subd. 3.Research.

When undertaking research activities, a social worker must use accepted protocols for the protection of human subjects, including (1) establishing appropriate safeguards to protect the subject's vulnerability, and (2) obtaining the subjects' informed consent.


2007 c 123 s 106,138