Recent trends in social work education continues to evidence the experiences of minority groups as different to that of the majority groups.
Younger students, male students, students with disabilities, LGBT, students from Black Minority Ethnic, First Nations, Aboriginal and Indigenous backgrounds have been reported to experience marginalisation and discrimination during their training to become social workers.
At a time when social work across the globe is challenged to respond to growing inequality, discrimination and oppression of minority groups, this special edition is inviting papers from social work educators from around the world.
Abstracts should identify clearly which minority group/s are being examined and highlight any challenges and good practice when working with these groups.
- Outcomes of anti-racist social work education
- Innovative strategies for effectively teaching, learning and assessing students from minority groups
- Theoretical frameworks for understanding and challenging disadvantage and discrimination on social work programmes
- Promoting social justice, equality and fairness in social work education
- Student, service user and carer perspectives on social work education
- International perspectives and strategies used when working with diverse students
- Inclusive teaching and learning practices in practice and field education
Please send abstracts of no more than 300 words by 18th May 2018 to:
Dr Prospera Tedam - Prospera.Tedam@anglia.ac.uk
Dr Sukhwinder Singh - Sukhwinder.Singh@northampton.ac.uk
Notification of accepted abstracts: 29th June 2018
Manuscript draft submission: 24th August 2018
Comments from review/editors: 5th October 2018
Deadline for final version: 22nd Novemebr 2018