Publisher: Policy Press
Number of pages: 216
Dimensions: 240 x 172 mm
"An original and topical addition to the literature that makes a strong case for critical analysis of economic, political and environmental conditions to inform development of radical practices." Karen Lyons, London Metropolitan University
"A radical route map for sustainable international social work for the 21st century, built on a crucial critique of global politics: essential reading." Peter Beresford, Professor of Citizen Participation, University of Essex
"This thoroughly researched and provocative book calls for a new politics of social work. It demands that social workers everywhere become proactive in confronting current global economic, environmental and social crises." Elizabeth Whitmore, Carleton University, Canada
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