A Tribute to Excellence: Honouring Stephen M. Marson’s Legacy

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DOI: 10.55521/10-021-104


Dr. Pascal Rudin, Ph.D., IFSW Acting CEO and Publisher

Gottlieb, J. & Steigerwald, A. (2024). Editorial: Social Work’s Role in Ending Antisemitism: If Not Us, Who? International Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 21(1), 15-27. https://doi.org/10.55521/10-021-103

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On behalf of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) and as the current publisher of the International Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, I wish to express our profound appreciation to Stephen M. Marson for his remarkable dedication and leadership over the past 24 years as the editor of this distinguished journal.

Steve, your tenure has been marked by an unwavering commitment to fostering a forum for critical dialogue, ethical reflection, and scholarly excellence within the field of social work. Your contributions have not only enriched the journal but have also played a pivotal role in advancing the profession’s commitment to ethical and values-based practice globally.

As we navigate through this transition period, your mentorship and forward-looking vision for the journal’s future have been and will be invaluable, underscoring your dedication to its growth and ongoing relevance amidst the challenges of an evolving landscape.

We are delighted to welcome Robert McKinney as the new editor with the publication of Volume 22 Issue 1. We are confident that under Robert’s leadership, the journal will continue to flourish, building upon the solid foundation you have laid.

On a personal note and on behalf of the entire IFSW, I extend our deepest gratitude for your hard work, guidance, and the positive impact you have made. Your efforts have significantly contributed to enhancing discourse within the field and have left an indelible mark on the profession.

As you transition to new endeavours, we look forward with great anticipation to your continued involvement with the journal under Robert McKinney’s leadership. Thank you, Steve, for your invaluable contributions and for everything you have done!

Warmest regards,

Pascal Rudin
Publisher