Developing Social Work in Central Asia – Wednesday 20 March, Teesside University

The experience of working directly with some of the outstanding local social workers during the Kyrgyzstan ethnic cleansing of 2010 will lead into a discussion of the ethical and practice issues involved in working with social workers in politically unstable situations and of the complex tensions between international social work values and local political realities. In particular the idea of enhanced or preferential  duties of care to local colleagues for social work consultants will be explored.

Event will be held at Teesside University on 20th March 2013. 1-2pm in Room PS0.13, Parkside Offices, Park Road North Middlesbrough TS13BA

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