3 edition of Anti-racist social work education found in the catalog.
Anti-racist social work education
by Department of Sociological Studies, Sheffield University in Sheffield
Written in English
|Statement||Lena Dominelli, Naina Patel, Wanda Thomas Bernard.|
|Contributions||Patel, Naina., Bernard, Wanda Thomas., University of Sheffield. Department of Sociological Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
These initiatives and efforts were undertaken within a discourse of 'anti-discriminatory practice', 'multicultural and anti-racist education', 'race equality action', 'equal opportunities' and positive action. However characteristics which distinguish radical anti-racist community work remain ambiguous. Walker, S , Effective social work with children, young people and families: putting systems theory into practice, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, viewed 25 May , doi: / Walker, Steven. Effective Social Work with Children, Young People and Families: Putting Systems Theory into Practice. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
How To Be an Antiracist, by Ibram X. Kendi, One World, ISBN , ; pages, $ How To Be an Antiracist is difficult to review in words. To finish this book, I first had to keep my White fragility in check. Book Description. The probation service has committed itself to anti-racist initiatives and those promoting equal opportunities for some time. However, the experiences of black people, whether as workers or 'clients' indicates that the realities of day-to-day practice are far removed from this.
The fallacy of all-white areas is exposed, and the particular importance of developing anti-racist practices in predominantly white areas is argued. The need for white practitioners to actively reflect on theory and understanding is seen as paramount to the development of Cited by: 7. “The opposite of racist isn't 'not racist.' It is 'anti-racist.' What's the difference? One endorses either the idea of a racial hierarchy as a racist, or racial equality as an anti-racist. One either believes problems are rooted in groups of people, as a racist, or locates the roots of /5.
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Anti-racist social work practice is part of an emancipatory approach to working with service users and arose from the radical social work movement of the s. It is committed to a social justice that now includes environmental justice (Dominelli, Anti-racist social work education book and transformative social change.
Anti-Racism in Social Work Practice is an edited volume that addresses the effects of racism in social work programmes. With a primary focus on the specific experiences of black students, the central theme of the book concerns tackling the effects of racism in social work : Claudia Bernard.
The dominant message from the media and politicians regarding social work is that it is dominated by ‘political correctness’ and focuses disproportionately on issues of class, ‘race’ and gender. The aim of this chapter is to examine how new thinking in anti-racist social work can inform organizations, as well as guide the work of individual practitioners.
This will be considered in relation to wider developments in the acquisition and application of knowledge and skills in policy, practice and research on ‘race’ and racism. This Book Is Anti-Racist is bold in its honesty, and brilliant in its illustrative breakdown of an essential vocabulary on race and identity.
This racial and intersectional literacy tool models what creative anti-racist work can look like. It has renewed us to keep up the fight.”/5(59). Anti-Racist Social Work book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Welfare, health, education, conflict, security and migration are e Pages: This book offers many examples of how racism can be addressed in social work education and training.
Important features of the book are the summaries of key pieces of research in each chapter, as well as, case studies and critical questions, which provide a springboard for discussion. In this work culminated in the book titled Anti-Racist Practice in Social Work () published by Palgrave-Macmillan.
Theoretically based and tested in the field, the book offers an analysis of institutionalized racism, as represented by laws and policies. The author, a white mother of children of color, whose work is influenced by her own experience being raised in an antiracist, activist family, developed her curriculum over many years of active involvement with parents and teachers in by: Fully revised and updated throughout, this fourth edition of Lena Dominelli’s influential book retains its reputation as the go-to text on anti-racist social work practice.
As racism continues to present a problem in contemporary society: the growth of the Far Right, the rise of Islamophobia and the victory of the Brexit camp in the EU referendum, the need to address racist attitudes and Brand: Macmillan Education UK.
This task should draw on the earlier experience of the Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work’s (CCETSW) anti-racist agenda, whose initiative came under attack from government ministers, media commentators and sections of the social work book describes and analyses the development of anti-racist social work.
The research which informed this book was carried out at a particular moment in the history of anti-discriminatory social work developments, when the Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work (CCETSW) incorporated anti-racist learning requirements in the Diploma in Social Work (Paper 30) () (the professional social work qualification awarded after two years of education and.
Social work’s anti-racist journey Social work has come a long way in recognising the racial diversity of the workforce and of service users. most notable of all is the apparent transformation of social work education, once criticised for its biased Eurocentric rendering of black people, where non-white minorities were either ignored or Author: Gurnam Singh.
Principles of anti-racist education. Currents: Readings in Race Relations, 2(3). Trolander, J. Fighting racism and sexism: The council on social work education. Social Service Review, 71(1), This article focuses on the Council on Social Work Education's (CSWE) efforts to fight racism and sexism within schools of social work.
The paper explores how anti-racist social work education enables students to move from ‘magical consciousness’, where racism and racial oppression is invisible and thereby left unchallenged. variety of learning resources, Anti-Racist Practice in Social Work is designed to equip the reader with the knowledge and skills to defend and promote anti-racist practice in the twenty-first century.
This makes it essential reading for all students of social work and related disciplines, along with social work practitioners at every : Palgrave Macmillan.
Book Review: Tackling Institutional Racism: Anti-racist Policies and Social Work Education and Training Gurnam Singh Critical Social Policy 4, Author: Gurnam Singh.
anti-racist polices and practice were adopted in local government, particularly in education and social work (RooneyTomlinson ).
The objective of these policies, was to challenge institutional and individual racist practices, and demonstrate an understanding of the UK as. "This book describes and analyses the development of anti-racist social work education and training and moves on to a broader debate.
Issues such as 'political correctness' and 'identity politics' are critically explored, and the implications of these political processes on the anti-racist policy agenda are assessed.
The need for anti-racist education is also real. Following are some anti-racism resources that may be of interest to educators, parents, caregivers, church groups, and individuals for use in schools, churches, businesses, organizations, and for self-assessment and awareness.Acknowledging the social construct of race and racism and the ideology of white supremacy recognizes the problem so that we are not harmful in our ignorance and so that, together, we can strive for solutions.
For educators of color, the work means continuing to call out racism and recruiting white coconspirators to join in antiracist work. 3.More editions of Anti-racist Social Work Education: Models for Practice: Anti-racist Social Work Education: Models for Practice: ISBN () Softcover, University of Sheffield,Department of Sociological Studies,