‘My role as England’s first anti-racist lead practitioner’ By Millie Kerr

By Millie Kerr

It is uncomfortable to have uncomfortable conversations about race, but we need to sit with this discomfort if we are to effect change. That means challenging our own fears, beliefs and biases to enhance our social work practice, when working with communities, cultures, customs and religions different from our own. My role […]

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