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Anti-Racist Social Work

International Perspectives

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Pages: 280
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04 December 2019

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04 December 2019

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Welfare, health, education, conflict, security and migration are examples of phenomena that are prevalent across all societies. With chapters from leading scholars from around the world, this exciting new book draws upon the...

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Welfare, health, education, conflict, security and migration are examples of phenomena that are prevalent across all societies. With chapters from leading scholars from around the world, this exciting new book draws upon the impacts of globalisation, colonialism, and capitalism, to explore the common challenges facing nations across the globe and provide an insight in to the history, theory and practice of a new anti-racist social work.

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Draws upon the impacts of globalisation, colonialism, and capitalism, to explore the common challenges facing nations across the globe

Provides an insight in to the history, theory and practice of a new anti-racist social work

Includes reflective questions to reinforce topics covered in each chapter

Introduction
 ‘Race’, Racism and Resistance: Theory and Politics
 (Re)imagining new spaces for anti-racist social work: Policy deliberation as practice
Popular Social Work in the West Bank – insights for an internationalist anti-racist social work
Reflections on the development, ideology and practice of anti-racist social work in Greece
 Transcending racism in asylum politics: Quest for social workers
Social work, social justice and sectarianism in Post Conflict Northern Ireland
From colourblind racism to critical race theory: The road toward anti-racist social work in the United States
Racial issues and social work intervention
Social Work and the Community Question: Addressing Complexities of Social Structures
Interrogating Anti-Racist Social Work Education in England
Anti racist social work: The Hong Kong context
Anti-racist Social Work – South African perspectives
Conclusion

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Gurnam Singh, Principal Lecturer in Social Work, Coventry University, UK

Shepard Masocha, Lecturer in Social Work, University of South Australia, Australia

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Gurnam Singh, Principal Lecturer in Social Work, Coventry University, UK

Shepard Masocha, Lecturer in Social Work, University of South Australia, Australia

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