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Social Work and Social Justice for Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Want to be a passionate progressive agent of social justice developing cultural awareness and compassion for all children and families?

image of Asyleum seekers sitting down on sand
Date(s)
May 23, 2022
Location
In person event School of Social Sciences, Education & Social Work, Queen's University Room OG/26 6 College Park Avenue Belfast BT7 1PS
Time
10:00 - 12:00

Come along and collaborate with dynamic speakers talking about the needs of asylum seekers and refugees and their families, and how social workers can contribute to social justice and develop anti-racist practice.

Contributors to the event include: Dr Colletta Dalikeni, Dundalk Institute of Technology, author of 'Child Protection Social Workers and Asylum-Seeking Families in Ireland: Issues of Culture, Race, Power Relations, and Mistrust'; Rosie Graves, Children's Social Worker from 'Social Work Action Network'; and Dr Maria Pentaraki, Lecturer in Sociology & Social Work, Queen's University.

Content warning: please note that this event discusses trauma and traumatic experiences.

 

Event Organiser Details
Name Andrew Rawding
Email arawding01@qub.ac.uk