SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE WITH IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES: LOCAL AND TRANSNATIONAL CONTEXT
This course explores current theories and practices within the area of social work practice with immigrants and refugees. Within an equity and social justice framework, this course will provide insight on the pre-migration, transit, and post-migration journeys of newcomers to support clients in the resettlement and adaptation process.
Antirequisite(s): Social Work 4423A/B, Social Work 4424A/B.
Prerequisite(s): Registration in the professional BSW (Honours) program, or permission of the School.