Anti-racism and Social Welfare
Laura Penketh, Michael Lavalette, Chris Jones
Ashgate, 1998 - Social Science - 254 pages
Evidence of institutional and structural racism within social welfare agencies is well established in Britain. Since the 1980s this recognition has led to a number of apparently progressive policy proposals and developments aimed at countering such discrimination and disadvantage.
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The Case of CCETSWs
Racial and Ethnic
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