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Chapter 15: International Organizations: Roles for Social Workers and Preparation of Social Workers for International Social Work

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International Organizations: Roles for Social Workers and Preparation of Social Workers for International Social Work
International organizations: Roles for social workers and preparation of social workers for international social work
Introduction

As a consequence in part of globalization processes, the scale and significance of global problems, and the opening up of national borders, an increasing number of social workers, alongside other development and human services professionals, are taking an interest in international social work career options. To facilitate and sustain that interest, in this chapter, we explore a range of international organizations from a career perspective. In Chapter 3, we presented an overview of the organizational context of international social work. We shall now expand that overview by discussing a few examples of international organizations and ...

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