Tag Archives: Crossing borders

Engaging the social work profession in the transnational professional space

Allen Bartley, Liz Beddoe and Shajimon Peter   This study is an Aotearoa New Zealand-wide participatory action research project involving all the significant stakeholders in the social work profession to develop an agreed-upon set of standards and expectations of context-specific … Continue reading

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Crossing Borders: Social work employers’ and managers’ perspectives of migrant social workers

The Crossing Borders Research team: new project in the UK Allen Bartley Dr Allen Bartley is an ‘embedded sociologist’ in the social work programme in the School of Counselling, Human Services & Social Work at the University of Auckland. He … Continue reading

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An update on the Coming Home survey

Our Coming Home survey went live last week and we’re pleased to say that responses are starting to trickle in. We’re very grateful that in this time of unbelievably complicated caseloads, busy and committed social workers still have enough interest … Continue reading

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The Coming Home survey is live

Are you a New Zealand qualified social worker who has practised overseas and returned home to social work practice in Aotearoa New Zealand? You are invited to participate in an anonymous on-line questionnaire about the experiences of New Zealand qualified … Continue reading

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