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Title Beyond racial divides : ethnicities in social work practice / edited by Lena Dominelli, Walter Lorenz, Haluk Soydan.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2016.


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Description 1 online resource : illustrations, map
Note Originally published 2001 by Ashgate Publishing.
Conference proceedings.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Social work with minorities -- Congresses.
Ethnic groups -- Services for -- Congresses.
Social service -- Congresses.
Cultural pluralism -- Congresses.
Race discrimination -- Prevention -- Congresses.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents pt. 1. Exploring theoretical frameworks for social work. Emerging ethnicities as a theoretical framework for social work -- Ethnic sensitivity: a theoretical framework for social work practice -- Multicultural organizational development -- Inclusive thinking and acting. pt. 2. Community-oriented models of practice. The social pedagogical model in the multicultural society of Germany -- Social development as a model of social work practice: the experience of Zimbabwe -- Social work education with migrants and refugees in France. pt. 3. Mainstreaming social work practice with diverse client groups. Linking our circles -- Minority ethnic elderly: ageing with care -- Lost in public care: the ethnic rights of ethnic minority children -- Mental health services to ethnic minorities: a global perspective. pt. 4. Reclaiming heritages through social work practice. Making circles: renewing First Nations ways of helping -- A Maori social work construct -- Appropriateness of social work practice with communities of African origin.
Summary The basis of this text comes from a conference set up for people of different races, ethnicities, and nationalities. Those attending discussed a number of starting points for action aimed at combatting racism.
Other Author Dominelli, Lena, editor.
Lorenz, Walter, 1947- editor.
Soydan, Haluk, 1946- editor.
Center for Evaluative and Developmental Research (Aldershot, England), host institution.
Other Title 9780754614371 9781138258044