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How do you Respond to Difference?: Social Work's Role in Combatting Xenophobia in America - Presented by the Wisconsin Chapter
Presented by Karen Clark-Hoey, PhD, LCSW
1 Cross Cultural
Original Program Date:
February 26, 2019
February 26, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ((GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada))
Increased understanding of the current social and political climate affecting the attitudes and opinions of American’s toward immigration policy and the implications of this paradigm shift for social work practice with newcomers.
Acquire the ability to effectively articulate how/why welcoming newcomers is in the best interest of the United States using language that is rooted in the knowledge necessary to respond to difference (ethnic, religious, gender, sexual, etc.) commensurate with the profession’s values and ethics.
Proficiency in the nexus between forced migration and global poverty and implications for social work practice with newcomers using cross-sector illustrations (mental health, trauma, child welfare, community health, etc).