Encounters with such diversity are part and parcel of the social work task, and learning how to negotiate them should be a de facto aspect of the training and continuous professional development of social workers and other social professions. However, the moral and political dimensions of the role, scope and nature of the social work task in responding appropriately to these changed and changing realities are rather more contested. This volume addresses many dimensions of the response to issues of race and ethnicity in social work practice in Europe. It extends the debates on inter-cultural and race equality practice in social work through a stimulating and innovative collection of contributions.
This book was originally published as a special issue of the European Journal of Social Work.
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About the Author
Mekada Graham is Director and Associate Professor of Social Work at California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA. She is the author of Black Issues in Social Work and Social Care (2007).