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Research outputs: SOCIAL SERVICES
2013 Reflections on the case for Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) extension workers in the social sector
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2008 Social workers
The scope and content of social work practice in South Africa have changes considerably since the advent of democracy in 1994. The changes ...
The roots of this debate go back many centuries to notions of the 'undeserving poor' entrenched in pre-welfare state Britain. However, the m...Download this report