Challenges of Violence Worldwide: An Educational Resource
NASW Press, 1997 - Social Science - 61 pages
This student guide focuses on violence as a global affliction and sustainable human development as a global antidote. Faculty will use the accompanying curriculum module to develop and teach this important content, which meets the CSWE accreditation standards for effective education programmes that recognise the interdependence of nations. Using these materials, students will gain a broad understanding of violence and of social work's role in solving the problems on a global scale.
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