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Doing Anti-Oppressive Social Work, 4th Edition: Virtual Launch

  • Date: January 25, 2023
  • Starts: 4:00pm
  • Location: Virtual

Join Fernwood Publishing for the virtual launch of the 4th edition of the landmark social work text, DOING ANTI-OPPRESSIVE SOCIAL WORK: Rethinking Theory and Practice, 4th edition.

This event will feature the editors, Donna Baines, Bindi Bennett and Natalie Clark as well as contributors of the book. It will begin at 4:00 pm PST/6:00 pm CST/ 7:00 pm EST on Wednesday January 25, 2023 and will be hosted on Zoom.

A Zoom link will be shared with registrants upon registering and on the day of the event.

Register via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/doing-anti-oppressive-social-work-4th-edition-virtual-launch-tickets-486971042497

Donna Baines is the director and a professor in the School of Social Work at the University of British Columbia. She is editor of Doing Anti-Oppressive Practice, co-editor (with Stephen McBride) of Orchestrating Austerity and co-author of Case Critical. Her research and teaching interests include anti-oppressive theory and practice, paid and unpaid care work and social justice change.

Bindi Bennett is a Gamilaraay cisgender mother, researcher and social worker. She is an associate professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Bond University. She has over twenty years’ practice experience in the fields of Aboriginal social work, child and adolescent mental health, schools and health.

Natalie Clark’s practice, research and activism is informed and mobilized through her interconnected identities including her Settler ancestry and her Secwepemc and Métis kinship – as grandmother, mother, auntie and community member. Natalie is a Full Professor in the School of Social Work and Human Service at Thompson Rivers University, Co-Chair of the Gender Equity committee, and continues to practice as a violence counsellor and girls group facilitator with children, youth and families.

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