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Baker, Peta-Anne
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Department of Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
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Governance: A new domain for practitioners & policy makers
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Council on Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting
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March 8-11, 2001
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Dallas, Texas
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Abstract
Looks at some of the ways that social work professionals in both the developed and developing countries can be equipped to take account of the twin forces which are shaping social welfare policy: citizens and the international institutions. Urges continued development of a social work curriculum with an international content which promotes a meaningful understanding of developments in the global polity. Comments on the need for social workers to be equipped with the conceptual and strategic tools to operate in the domain of civil society and governance. Examines how the provision of opportunities for experiential learning with the new citizens associations in the north and south can also enhance global struggles for social and economic justice.....
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