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The editorial team warmly welcome Mrs. Professor Lena Dominelli, and Mr. Professor Malcolm Payne, two prominent internationally social work personalities who have kindly accepted to be part of our journal’s International Advisory Board starting with issue no. 1/2010.
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Articole de: Gabriela Mişca

Nr. 1 / 2016 - Editorial la volumul tematic: "Provocări contemporane în practica asistenţei sociale în societăţi multiculturale"
Prin misiunea sa fundamentală, esenţa asistenţei sociale constă în oferirea răspunsurilor culturale adecvate pentru satisfacerea nevoilor de bază ale fiinţei umane. Aceste răspunsuri cultural...
Nr. 1 / 2016 - Editorial to the special issue: „Contemporary Challenges in Social Work Practice in Multicultural Societies”
The fundamental mission of social work interventions is to offer culturally adequate responses to satisfy the basic human needs. Such culturally sensitive responses are translated in a greater diversi...
Nr. 1 / 2016 - Filling the Gap? Romanian Social Workers’“Migration” Into the UK
The recent past decades have seen an increased transnational mobility among internationally educated social workers. For example, the UK social work system has seen an increased level of social worker...
Nr. 2 / 2013 - The Changing Face of Adoption in England: Opportunities and Dilemmas
The Coalition Government in England has recently undertaken a radical review of adoption services. Informed by business and managerial principles, the government strategy, ‘An Action Plan for Adopti...
Nr. 4 / 2010 - Challenges in Evaluation of Intervention Programmes With Children: Reflections from a Research(er) Perspective
This paper will review some of the challenges that researchers, evaluators and designers of intervention programme for vulnerable children may encounter. The challenges considered in the present paper...