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In this second podcast we talk of a significant group of missing children in Europe---those who run away. We look at why, from the obvious to the preventable and talk of the gaps in response and education surrounding this chronic problem. The post 123 Missing Children Europe Part 2 appeared first on Thoughts On The Social World.
Johnston Wong, Professor in Social Work and Social Administration, started his career as a youth worker in Hong Kong. His early academic interests focused on youth and family work, branching out to psychological stress, unemployment and industrial social work. In Hong Kong he participated in various district and central government committees related to youth policies, education, social care and hospital governance. Since 2005 he was involved in many post disasters social work interventions an
Twelve outstanding social workers, organisations and social work teams from across the country have been recognised for their exemplary work over the past year at the virtual...
Olivia Luijnenburg is a Research Associate in King?s College London?s NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce. (460 words) What is ?spirituality? in care? How can care home staff attend to residents? spiritual needs? For my PhD ? Continue reading ?