JISD Volume 03, Issue 02. Papers From the Second International Conference of Indigenous Voices in Social Work
A selection of papers submitted to the Second International Conference of Indigenous Voices in Social Work held in Winnipeg, Manitoba July 8-11, 2013.
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Recent SubmissionsWhānau kōpepe: A Culturally Appropriate and Family Focused Approach to Support for Young Māori (Indigenous) Parents Aboriginal People ‘Talking Back’ to Policy in Rural Australia Women’s Narratives: Resistance to Oppression and the Empowerment of Women in Uzbekistan Social Work in Schools in New Zealand: Indigenous Social Work Practice Implementing Indigenous Ways of Knowing into Research: Insights into the Critical Role of Dreams as Catalysts for Knowledge Development Take a Walk: A Critical Reflection on Data Gathering in Remote Island Communities Developing First Nations Courts in Canada: Elders as Foundational to Indigenous Therapeutic Jurisprudence + A Proposed Master of Social Work Based in Indigenous Knowledges Program in Manitoba Introduction Table of Contents view more...
Social work with indigenous peoples--Periodicals.1
empowerment, livelihoods, land tenure changes, ...1
Indigenous engagement/participation, policy imp...1
Indigenous knowledge, young parents, research a...1
Indigenous, research, methodologies, dreaming, ...1
Indigenous, social work, education, social work...1
New Zealand Maori, social work in schools, Indi...1
Torres Strait, out-migration, remove surveying,...