Transatlantic Transfers in Social Work: Contributions of Three Pioneers

@inproceedings{Hegar2008TransatlanticTI,
  title={Transatlantic Transfers in Social Work: Contributions of Three Pioneers},
  author={Rebecca L. Hegar},
  year={2008}
}
Internationalism has been a prominent theme in the transatlantic history of social reform, and many pioneering social workers championed the causes of peace, war relief, human rights, and international avenues for dispute resolution. For some, internationalism was inseparable from social welfare. Jane Addams in the United States, Alice Masaryk of Czechoslovakia, and Alice Salomon of Germany were central figures during the early 20th century in transatlantic campaigns for social reform and… CONTINUE READING

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