A Rights Based Approach To Social Policy Analysis

Author: Shirley Gatenio Gabel
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319244124
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For social workers and social work researchers, A Rights-Based Approach to Social Policy Analysis gives readers a modern platform for achieving the highest goals of the field.

Human Rights Based Community Practice In The United States

Author: Kathryn Libal
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319082108
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Rights-based approaches in social work have also been gaining currency in the
past 20 years. Internationally, social work scholars and practitioners utilize a
human rights framework to conduct policy analysis and political advocacy,
community practice (Ife, 2012; Zaidalkilani, 2011), and clinical practice (Berthold,
2015; Reichert, 2011). Social workers in the United States are relatively new to
the field of contemporary human rights practice. This is due in part because of
longstanding ...

Child Street Life

Author: G.K. Lieten
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331911722X
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In exchange for love, respect and care, children may accept restrictions on their
freedom. The analysis of the background, the hazards and the aspirations of
street-living children (and street-working children) provides us with a handle to
assess policies. The literature on policies remains thin: 'policy-approaches have
not made significant advances, as reactive, protective and rights-based models
dominated the policy landscape around the world' (Thomas de Benitez 2011: 38).

Contemporary Famine Analysis

Author: Olivier Rubin
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331927306X
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This Brief provides some answers as to why famines continue to torment humankind here in the 21st century despite all our progress in food production, logistics, information dissemination and relief work.

Understanding Education Policy

Author: Tiffany Jones
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400762658
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The book also argues the value of analysing a policy’s orientation to improve the clarity of its analysis and allow broader trends across the education policy field to emerge.

Human And Water Security In Israel And Jordan

Author: Philip Jan Schäfer
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642292992
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The work aims at answering the question as to how far discourses on human security are present in Jordan and Israel, if they converge and if political solutions for the issue of water security could be derived.