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date: 29 October 2020

International Social Welfare: Organizations and Activitieslocked

  • Doreen ElliottDoreen ElliottUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Summary

The major international governmental and nongovernmental organizations and their activities are discussed with reference to their global co-coordinating, advocacy, service, and research functions. Attention is also given to the work of international professional associations.

Subjects

  • Public Management and Administration
  • International and Global Issues in Social Work
  • Social Work Macro Practice
  • Social Policy and Advocacy
  • Occupations, Professions, and Work

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