The near global implementation of public sector and social welfare reform as a result of neoliberal economic reform has impacted on social work and social inequality. State strategies to reduce social and economic inequality are being challenged and rolled back. This article uses the reflections from a six-country EU-funded social work research collaboration to promote debate and compare global social work perspectives, to highlight the complexity of research, to explore implications for practice and the Global Agenda. It concludes by highlighting that global comparisons are complex, multi-faceted and that political, cultural and economic context is critical to develop effective responses.
|Journal||International Social Work|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2014|
Bibliographical noteThis article is not yet available in the repository
FunderEuropean Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013)
- Global Agenda
- international research collaboration
- social work