Tag Archives: women

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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Maternity social work: When one becomes two

By A. Rand The recently announced reforms issued by the newly formed Ministry of Vulnerable Children Oranga Tamariki (MVCOT) indicates a strong focus of care that will consist of a child-centred approach, in which the needs of children would be considered … Continue reading

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