Social Work and Minorities: European Perspectives
Social Work and Minorities examines the new challenges presented to Social Workers throughout Europe by the complex problems occasioned by increased migration and settlement and the growing awareness of the specific needs of refugees and asylum seekers.
Contributors use illustrative examples from throughout Europe to examine key concepts such as: globalization, assimilation, visibility, multi-culturalism, racism, marginalization and social exclusion.
Social Work and Minorities will be an essential resource for social work students, practitioners and educators working with migrant communities throughout Europe.
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