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The British Journal of Social Work, Volume 53, Issue 3: Voice and Influence of People with Lived Experience

This special issue of the British Journal of Social Work sought to attract academic papers of the same quality and integrity as those published regularly in the journal, the key differentiation being that a person with lived experience of social work had to be the lead or solo author. Areas covered by the articles in this issue include contemporary social work concerns such as mental health, the effect of the pandemic on carers, institutional care, perspectives on autism, a critique of life story work, communication between parents and children in out-of-home care and insights into people with lived experience of social work contributing to higher education.

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