Anti-oppressive Practice

@inproceedings{Burke2006AntioppressiveP,
  title={Anti-oppressive Practice},
  author={Beverley Burke},
  year={2006}
}
The complex nature of oppression is witnessed in the lives of people who are marginalised in this society. As social work practitioners, we have a moral, ethical and legal responsibility to challenge inequality and disadvantage. Historically, the profession, in attempting to understand, explain and offer solutions to the difficulties experienced by groups and individuals, has drawn from, among others, the disciplines of sociology, psychology, history, philosophy and politics. This… CONTINUE READING

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