What's happening in France? the settlement and social action centre. Exchange as empowerment
Warren-Adamson, Chris (eds.)
Family Centres and their International Role in Social Action.
Ashgate Publishing Ltd
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Introduction: family centres, integrating practice, and empowerment journeys, Chris Warren-Adamson; The family centre and the consolidation of integrated practice, Chris Stones; What‘s happening in France? the settlement and social action centre. Exchange as empowerment, Chris Warren-Adamson with Anne-Marie David and Jean-Paul Ducandas; Education and empowerment in family centres, Paul Montgomery and Claire Cook; Francophone centres in Québec, Canada – two case studies, Irene Kyle and Maureen Kellerman with Alla Ivask; The referral only centre – managing changing attitudes to parenting, Audrey Fessler; The office as centre. A ‘patch’ approach, supporting and protecting in two Massachusetts communities, John Zalenski and Carolyn Burns; Justice, child protection and family centres, part 1(inside), Ellen Jones and Dave Ely; Justice, child protection and family centres, part 2 (outside), Terri Fletcher and Mo Romano; Aotearoa/ New Zealand – family centered practice from a mental health perspective, Lynne Briggs; Aotearoa/ New Zealand – working differently with communities and families, Robyn Munford and Jackie Sanders, with Ann Andrew, Peter Butler, Ripeka Kaipuke, Leland Ruwhiu; Contemporary debates in centre practice in youth justice and community development, Andy Lloyd and Nick Frost; User participation in family centres in Greece, Vasso Gabrilidou, Elpida Ioannidou and Evi Hatzivarnava; Make your experience count: social work as informal education, Di Holland; The neighbourhood family centre as a base for life-long learning, Joy Adamson with members of Togher family centre, Ireland; Conclusion – lessons from family centres: the authentic site for ecological practice, Chris Warren-Adamson.
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