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Imagining Child Welfare in the Spirit of Reconciliation
Drawing on the expertise of Indigenous scholars and researchers, including voices from the front lines in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, this book examines child welfare practices in kinship care, FASD, homelessness, aging out of the system, and transitions for rural youth leaving care. Themes running throughout the book include renewing and decolonizing child welfare work, anti-oppressive practices, the historical legacy of the 60s Scoop, and the needs of marginalized and vulnerable children.
Daniel Kikulwe is an Assistant Professor in York University’s Department of Social Work. He teaches and researches in social services and child welfare system reform.
Other publications from this author include: