Groupwork Training for Social Justice

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Woodger, David; Anastacio, Jean;
  • Publisher: Whiting & Birch

This paper examines and analyses experiential groupwork in delivering community and youth work training at Goldsmiths, University of London. The programme has, over its forty year history refined a model of education and training that combines large groupwork and experi... View more
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