We want to develop a network of service users, practicitioners, academics and students to support radical and progressive social work. We need a social work that is ready to challenge oppressive practice, that means working collectively across the country and internationally to advance Social Work.
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Greetings From New Zealand! Swan gets truly global…Find out why from our comrades down south.
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