Professor Hilary Weaver publishes book chapter, "Ethics and Settler Societies: Reflections on Social Work and Indigenous Peoples"

Published October 7, 2016

Hilary Weaver

Congratulations to Professor Hilary Weaver on the publication of her book chapter, "Ethics and Settler Societies: Reflections on Social Work and Indigenous Peoples," in Rethinking Values and Ethics in Social Work.

Weaver, H.N. (2016). Ethics and Settler Societies: Reflections on Social Work and Indigenous Peoples. In R. Hugman & J. Carter (editors) Rethinking Values and Ethics in Social Work. Palgrave-Macmillan. 129-145.

Book description:

Ethics and values, the cornerstone of good social work practice, are vital in upholding the dignity of service users. Written by a group of global experts, this book addresses questions such as, 'How can the ethical demands of the values of human rights, social justice and professional integrity be understood for contemporary social work practice?'