Advancing human rights in social work education / edited by Kathryn R. Libal, S. Megan Berthold, Rebecca L. Thomas, and Lynne M. Healy.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Libal, Kathryn, 1968-
Format: Book
Published: Alexandria, VA : Council on Social Work Education, [2014]
Table of Contents:
  • Fulfilling the rich potential of human rights in social work education : an overview / Lynne M. Healy, Rebecca L. Thomas, and Kathryn R. Libal
  • Human rights as the bedrock of social justice : implications for advanced generalist practice / Joseph Wronka
  • Can human-rights-based social work practice bridge the micro/macro divide? / David Androff and Jane McPherson
  • Teaching human rights in core micro foundation and clinical practice classes : integration of clinical examples of human trafficking and torture / S. Megan Berthold
  • Developing a curriculum based on human rights and social justice / Elaine Congress
  • Human rights as a framework for teaching international social work / Susan Mapp
  • Bringing human rights home in social work education / Kathryn R. Libal and Lynne M. Healy
  • Teaching the use of complaint mechanisms of UN treaty bodies as a tool in international social work practice / Nivedita Prasad
  • Integrating human rights into the Jamaican social work curriculum / Sandra Chadwick-Parkes
  • The boundaries of social justice : addressing the conflict between human rights and multiculturalism in social work education / Michael Reisch
  • Economic justice, social work education, and human rights / Louise Simmons
  • A case study in immigrant civic engagement research : linking human rights to social work education / Rebecca L. Thomas, Christina Chiarelli-Helminiak, and Brunilda Ferraj
  • Human rights, social welfare, and questions of social justice in South African social work curricula / Viviene Taylor
  • Learning by doing : integrating social and economic justice and human rights into social work practice / Rosemary Barbera
  • Analyzing social policies from a rights-based approach / Shirley Gatenio Gabel
  • Developing global partnerships in social work : HIV/AIDS and the case of Uganda / Hugo Kamya
  • Educating U.S. university students to promote human rights : a study abroad field-based intensive seminar in Costa Rica / Dennis Ritchie and Laura Guzmán Stein
  • Interprofessional global health education : human rights and the role of the social worker / Jody Olson and Anusha Chatterjee
  • Expanding children's rights in Jamaica through an international educational partnership / Barris P. Malcolm
  • Reframing child protection and permanency social work as human rights work / Robin Spath and Joyce Lee Taylor
  • Deconstructing mass incarceration in the United States through a human rights lens : implications for social work education and practice / Kirk James and Julie Smyth
  • Human rights and migration / Uma A. Segal
  • Incorporating a human rights framework to advance just policy and practice with immigrants : a teaching module within a social work/human rights seminar / Filomena M. Critelli
  • Addressing the human right to water in global social work education / DeBrenna LaFa Agbényiga and Sudha Sankar
  • Epilogue : future directions in human rights and social work education / S. Megan Berthold, Rebecca L. Thomas, Lynne M. Healy, and Kathryn R. Libal.