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The gap between the theory and the practice of working with Black and minority ethnic groups presents an ongoing conundrum for social work. This exciting textbook presents a new theory based on a rich understanding of the constraints and creativities of practice. Taking a transformative approach, this accessible textbook presents evidence from both academics and practitioners. Contributions draw on real-life practice scenarios and present case studies to illustrate the many dimensions of working in a diverse society, encouraging students and practitioners to form innovative solutions to service delivery. Covering practice themes including risk, co-production, interpreting, multi-disciplinary working and personalisation, this is vital reading for all students in social work, and practitioners undertaking continuing professional development.
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About the Author
Charlotte Williams OBE is Professor of Social Work and Deputy Dean at RMIT University, Australia. She is a professionally qualified social worker with over 25 years of experience in social work education in the UK. Mekada J. Graham is Professor and Chair of the Department of Social Work, California State University Dominguez Hills. Her scholarly works focus on social work theory, childhood and oppression studies.