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Working with wh�anau : M�aori social work in schools / Awhina English, Rachael Selby, Hayley Bell.

By: Hollis-English, Awhina N. R. (Awhina Netta Ramari).
Contributor(s): Selby, Rachael | Bell, Hayley | Te W�ananga-o-Raukawa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: �Otaki, N.Z. : Te W�ananga o Raukawa, 2011Description: iv, 90 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473197506; 0473197502.Subject(s): Social Workers in Schools (Program) | School social work -- New Zealand | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Services for | Family services -- New Zealand | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Services for | School social work | New Zealand | Family services | Wh�anau | Toko i te ora | M�ataurangaDDC classification: 371.708999442
Contents:
1. Introduction -- 2. The social worker -- Working with wh�anau -- 4. Programmes -- 5. Outcomes for wh�anau.
Subject: "[This book] covers the work of a group of kaimahi working as social workers in largely rural Maori communities. The focus of this text is on kaimahi who work for iwi Maori organisations. Five of these organisations supported the research for this book by enabling their social workers to tell the stories their work within their communities. They present the programmes that are offered in their communities; examples of the outcomes for whanau; and the role of the social worker. This book is for Maori social workers, for all social workers, schools principals, educators, policy analysts, social service teams who work with children and families, for students and those who want to understand the services provided by iwi Maori social service organisations. It records the work of iwi Maori social workers after a decade of Social Workers in Schools in New Zealand."--Back cover.
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Working with whanau: Maori social work in schools covers the work of a group of kaimahi working as social workers in largely rural Maori communities. The focus of this text is on kaimahi who work for iwi Maori organisations. Five of these organisations supported the research for this book by enabling their social workers to tell the stories their work within their communities. They present the programmes that are offered in their communities; examples of the outcomes for whanau; and the role of the social worker. This book is for Maori social workers , for all social workers, schools principals, educators, policy analysts, social service teams who work with children and families, for students and those who want to understand the services provided by iwi Maori social service organisations. It records the work of iwi Maori social workers after a decade of Social Workers in Schools in New Zealand.

Includes Recommended reading list 1995-2010 (pages 87-90).

1. Introduction -- 2. The social worker -- Working with wh�anau -- 4. Programmes -- 5. Outcomes for wh�anau.

"[This book] covers the work of a group of kaimahi working as social workers in largely rural Maori communities. The focus of this text is on kaimahi who work for iwi Maori organisations. Five of these organisations supported the research for this book by enabling their social workers to tell the stories their work within their communities. They present the programmes that are offered in their communities; examples of the outcomes for whanau; and the role of the social worker. This book is for Maori social workers, for all social workers, schools principals, educators, policy analysts, social service teams who work with children and families, for students and those who want to understand the services provided by iwi Maori social service organisations. It records the work of iwi Maori social workers after a decade of Social Workers in Schools in New Zealand."--Back cover.