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The Global Context of International Social Work
The global context of international social work
Introduction

Whether working locally or internationally, social workers who desire to be tuned into international social work require a clear sense of the global context within which all such practice occurs. This is especially true when working in, or with regard to, developing countries, but is increasingly true in all countries, whatever their stage of development. This global context will play various roles in relation to practice and the practitioner. At times it will represent the operational context within which the worker is employed, containing both the employing agency and the organizational network of which that agency is a part. At another level, the global context, or some aspects of it, will ...

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