European Journal of Social Security
The European Journal of Social Security is primarily concerned with developments in social security at the EU level and, on a comparative basis, with developments in different European countries.
Social Work and the Narrative (Half?) Turn
This special issue from Qualitative Social Work considers the role of narrative in social work research and practice; from the aftermath of trauma and counter-storying to narrative intersectional feminist and political approaches, amongst others.
Research on Social Work Practice in Hong Kong and Mainland China
This Research on Social Work Practice special issue features articles about Chinese Instrument/Scale development and intervention research.
Critical Social Policy
Critical Social Policy is currently inviting expressions of interest in joining the Editorial Collective. Considerations for the October board close September 21st.
Applications are invited for English to French Translators for work on International Social Work abstracts. The role will involve translating approximately 10-15 abstracts twice a year and translators will receive a printed copy of each issue of the journal, as well as their names listed in the publication. Deadline: August 1st 2017.
The Syrian refugee crisis: The EU-Turkey ‘deal’ and temporary protection by Kim Rygiel, Feyzi Baban and Suzan Ilcan
The place of service-user expertise in evidence-based practice by Kate Davies and Mel Gray
In their own words: abused children’s perceptions of care provided by their birth parents and foster carers by Kamran Ahmed, Laurie Windsor and Stephen Scott
Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Youth with Anxiety: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis by Debra S. Borquist-Conlon, Brandy R. Maynard, Kristen Esposito Brendel and Anne S. J. Farina
No Longer Welcome: Migration Policy and Challenges for Social Work by Lynne M. Healy
Calls for papers
The 2017 Conference in Paris will focus on: Social Work Education in Europe: Challenging Boundaries, Promoting a Sustainable Future. The conference will take place at the University René Descrates in partnership and under the high patronage of UNESCO.
Date: June 27-29, 2017 │ Paris, France
The 63rd Annual Program Meeting (APM) theme is the pre-eminent annual meeting for social work educators, students, deans, and directors worldwide. Each year, the APM brings together more than 2,600 individual members and is the largest gathering of graduate and undergraduate programs of professional social work education.
Date: 19-22, 2017 │ Dallas, TX
Mental Health Law in England & Wales by Paul Barber, Robert Brown and Debbie Martin
Values & Ethics in Social Work by Chris Beckett, Andrew Maynard and Peter Jordan
Communication Skills in Health and Social Care by Bernard Moss
Getting Ready for Direct Practice in Social Work by Peter Scourfield