Recent Submissions

  • Time for a change / workbook one : preparing for residential treatment 

    Birks Ang, Ben; Forrester, Rachel; Buglass, Andrew; Brett, Rohelle; Doswell, Kate; Noomotu, Tangi; Christie, Debbie; Koning, Ashley; Fowler, Michelle; Hampton, Jacqui (Odyssey House (N.Z.), 2016)
    This workbook is designed to help you get ready for your residential stay, so you can get the most out of it. Over the next few pages, you’ll get a chance to think about how it might work for you, and what you need to ...
  • Our children, our choice: Priorities for policy. 

    Ritchie, Jenny; Harvey, Nola; Kayes, Marianne; Smith, Carol (Child Poverty Action Group, 2014-06)
    Children’s rights were invited late to the table of human rights’ discussions. Since the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) in 1989, there has been growing recognition of the rights of even very ...
  • Children Witnessing Parental Violence: A Social Worker from Aotearoa/New Zealand Responds, response within Case study #1:Children witnessing parental violence 

    Keddell, Emily; Pukepuke, Tepora (Routledge., 2013)
    Social work within each national context is complex and multifaceted—Aotearoa/New Zealand (A/NZ) is no different. Social workers fulfill a vast array of roles ranging from care to control, from agent of the state to activist, ...
  • Walking the talk in social work education. 

    Napan, Ksenija (Sydney University Press?, 2013)
    This chapter focuses on the benefits and challenges of utilising social work values and principles when teaching, researching, evaluating and improving social work education. These values and principles are explored through ...

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