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Social Work, Immigration and Asylum: Debates, Dilemmas and Ethical Issues ...

by Debra Hayes & Beth Humphries (editors) - £25.00  Jessica Kingsley Publishers (2004)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9781843101949 | ISBN 10: 1843101947

This book is for social workes and other human service professionals who increasingly are confronting practical, ethical and political challenges in their work with people subject to immigration controls. It is the first book written with social workers in particular in mind, acknowledging their changing role in becomeing involved in the policing of service users and checking of immigration status before offering a service. There is an urgent need for these and other professionals in the personal social services to consider what their roles ought to be in relation to immigration policy. Drawing from the experience of practitioners working in child protection and family support, disability, the criminal justice system, asylum teams and immigration tribunals, this books will prepare professionals working in these and related field to deal with the complex situations of people subject to immigration control and to develop interventions appropriate to their differing needs.

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