12.30 - 2.00pm
€5 IASW members/€25 non-members
Karima Khadidja Abbes is a final year Master of Social Work Student at University College Dublin (UCD) and a member of the IASW anti-racism advisory group. She recently completed her dissertation titled: ‘Muslim Families and Child Protection Services: Challenges and Best Practice Guidance for Social Workers’. Speaking from her lived experience of being a Muslim and of working with ethnic minority families Karima will share invaluable insights on working with Muslim families. Such insights are essential given the multicultural and multi-religious practice context of social work today.
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Flora Okobi is the Coordinator of Culture Connect a migrant led organisation, which works to promote the integration of people from different countries. Flora will give a presentation of their new Cultural Ambassador’s programme and how their trained cultural ambassadors can support social workers in their work with ethnic minority families. You can check out Culture Connect’s website here http://www.cultureconnect.ie/
Aim of CPD Event and Learning Outcomes
This webinar is part of the CPD programme of the IASW Anti-Racism Strategic Plan 2021-2023.
The session aims to: