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Handbook on Social Protection and Social Development in the Global South

This cutting-edge Handbook argues for social protection to be situated in a wider system of social welfare and development programmes for low- and middle-income countries. Focusing on the role of citizens and communities in enhancing human development, it explores how welfare systems are unfolding in diverse contexts across the global South.

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https://www.elgaronline.com/edcollbook/book/9781800378421/9781800378421.xml
Year of Publication: 
2023

Transforming Care: Individual Social Work in Post-Conflict Zone for Children and Youth

The significance of efficient social service provision has gained increased attention in war-affected regions following the Russia-Ukraine war conflict. The conventional method of establishing social services is currently facing criticism due to an increasing acknowledgment of the advantages associated with tailored and customised social work interventions, particularly in the context of children and young individuals.

Author(s): 
Muwafak A.Suhel
Year of Publication: 
2023

International Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics: Volume 20, Issue 1 (2023)

The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in social work unveils a myriad of opportunities, from enhancing service delivery to introducing innovative solutions for age-old challenges. However, it’s imperative that we also remain vigilant to the ethical dilemmas and potential pitfalls AI might bring. This issue of the International Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics serves as a testament to the social work profession’s commitment to navigating the AI landscape with the core values of social work in mind.

Highlighted topics in this issue include:

Author(s): 
IFSW
Year of Publication: 
2023

The Buddhist Approach to Social Work in Sri Lanka

Social Work in Sri Lanka has been slowly progressing and even after 68 years it is in its infancy despite the facts that the country needs productive social work. Research studies and social work scholars believe that the mismatch of the prevailing social work approach with the country’s socio-economic culture is the reason for the slow progress. Western-rooted social work started in Sri Lanka in 1952 under the guidance of Western social work scholar Ms. Dorathy Moses, the Principal of the Delhi School of Social Work by setting up an institute to conduct social work education programmes.

Author(s): 
Omalpe Somananda
Year of Publication: 
2023

Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association: Social Work in Libraries Special Issue

To raise awareness of the possibilities for Australian libraries to include some form of social work practice to assist them in meeting the complex needs of many of their visitors, the Charles Sturt University library social work team hosted a Social Work in Libraries Symposium in 2022. Following the Symposium, the team at Charles Sturt University recognised the need for more formal sharing of knowledge about the possibilities for libraries to gain support from social workers.

Author(s): 
Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association
Year of Publication: 
2023

Implementing the Supervision Framework for the Social Work Profession: Supervisors’ Views and Experiences

This study focused on social work supervision and its impact on the occupational development and service delivery of supervisees, specifically within the South African Department of Social Development (DSD). While previous research has often examined the views and experiences of supervisees and student social workers, the study uniquely explored the perspective of social work supervisors. Utilising the systems theory as a theoretical framework, qualitative research with semi-structured interviews and thematic analysis was employed.

Author(s): 
Doris L. Tsima; Mpumelelo E. Ncube
Year of Publication: 
2023

The MANDELA Model Workbook

The MANDELA model, developed by Dr. Prospera Tedam, seeks to provide a framework for practice educators who are enabling the learning of social work students in practice placement settings. The Model aims to drive change and promote new ways of thinking and working with infants, young children, families and practitioners. It is a reflective framework of questions that aims to promote reflexivity in our work. Reflexivity allows us to question our own assumptions, reflect on what influences us and use this learning to create change.

Author(s): 
Eunice Lumsden
Year of Publication: 
2023

Disability Inclusive Child Protection Competency Framework for the Social Service Workforce

The Disability Inclusive Child Protection Competency Framework for the Social Service Workforce (DICP Competency Framework) presents the competencies needed by the social service workforce (SSW) for child protection to deliver their functions in disability-inclusive and accessible ways.

Author(s): 
UNICEF
Year of Publication: 
2023

Guidelines on Communicating with Children and Young People - Recommendations from Care Experienced Persons in Care

The purpose of these guidelines is to support practitioners to develop messaging for children and young people that clearly communicates the intention to transition and the implications for children and young people in care. The guidelines seek to address challenges so that children and young people can fully understand the implications of transition and be granted opportunities to genuinely and appropriately participate in making decisions about their lives. 

Author(s): 
Hannah Won and co-coordinated by Better Care Network, ACC International Relief – Kinnected, Chan Sinet at Khmeng Onka Cambodia Care Leavers, and Mai Nambooze at Uganda Care Leavers
Year of Publication: 
2023

Webinar: Addressing Psychosocial Wellbeing, Peacebuilding & GBV: Voices from Colombia & South Sudan

Author(s): 
HealthNet TPO
Year of Publication: 
2023

Insights from Moldova: Role of Targeted Economic Support in Reintegration of Children

In September 2022, Changing the Way We Care (CTWWC) launched an initiative to provide targeted economic support to assist the reintegration of children into families or placement into family based alternative care. Informed by previous experiences in reintegration and information captured in the individual child and family assessments, the CTWWC team developed a standardized and equitable approach to identifying the type and amount of targeted economic support required.

Author(s): 
Changing the Way We Care
Year of Publication: 
2023

Investing in Family Care for Moldova’s Future: The Case for Meeting Moldova's Human Capital Needs

The Investing in Family Care for Moldova’s Future presents the case for investing in a more child-centered social welfare system in Moldova and provides specific estimates on the resources needed including an estimate of the resources required to fund the spectrum of programs and services Moldova needs to (i) prevent children from being placed in residential care; (ii) place children in safe, nurturing, and supported families; and (iii) transform residential settings into community assets that effectively meet community needs.

Author(s): 
Changing the Way We Care
Year of Publication: 
2023

Financing Family Strengthening and Child Protection Services in the Context of Moldova - EU Association Agenda: 2023 Financing for Better Care Conference Report

This first International Conference on Financing of Family Strengthening and Child Protection Services in the Context of Moldova’s European Union Association Agenda held in Chisinau from 20-21 June 2023 has been a focused discussion between central and local government, non-governmental, private and academic sectors, international experts and organizations, on ensuring adequate public financing for strengthening families and protecting children, and meeting the challenges associated.

Author(s): 
Changing the Way We Care
Year of Publication: 
2023

4 Cs of Workforce Development: Culture, Competency, Capacity, & Community

The webinar, from the U.S. National Child Welfare Workforce Institute, offered actionable steps agencies can take to support employee wellness, professional development, and community partnerships. Ultimately, this will promote workforce wellness and positive outcomes for families connected to child welfare.

Author(s): 
NCWWI
Year of Publication: 
2023

Breaking the Cycle: Reclaiming Hope and Belonging for Youth Leaving Institutional Care in Uganda

This is a youth-led, accessible video series accompanied by a guidebook.

It is designed to identify, address, and support the healing journey for children, young people, and youth in Uganda experiencing well-being and mental health adversity.

The goal is to provide families, social workers, and youth-serving organisations, including social work students, with the tools to initiate important, non-judgmental conversations about mental health and wellbeing.

Author(s): 
Child's i Foundation
Year of Publication: 
2023

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