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Family violence and social work

By: Fiona Tyler In New Zealand, 1 in 3 women[1] have experienced family violence, and similar numbers are reflected in countries around the world. Social work in this field takes place both on the micro level, to address the immediate threats … Continue reading

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Domestic violence a global issue

The voice of a social work student Domestic violence is a human rights issues, it is not a private trouble but a social problem. Domestic violence does not discriminate on socioeconomic status, race, class, gender, religion or sexual orientation; people … Continue reading

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