SOCIAL WORK ACTION NETWORK OPEN MEETINGS
BENEFIT CUTS, BEDROOM TAX – WHAT CAN SOCIAL WORKERS AND SOCIAL CARE WORKERS DO TO HELP PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF SERVICE USERS AND COMMUNITIES?
SWAN North East event for World Social Work day: Developing Social Work in Central Asia, 20 March 2013.
Dr Terry Murphy will present on the last 7 years of involvement of Teesside University Social Work department in developing Social Work in Central Asia including the complexities of working with the legacy of Russian and Soviet era colonialism and the interaction of modem social work thinking with the traditional Islamic Mahala system of local social care.
Saturday, November 17th 2012 saw the inaugural Social Work Action Network (SWAN) North East conference at Teesside University in Middlesbrough. The conference attracted a wide range of service users, students, practitioners and academics from the fields of social work, youth and community work. The conference was organised by members of the SWAN North East region, among them Terry Murphy, whose report introduction follows:
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