• April 2022
  • Vol. 23, No. 3

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Video Explores Systems Change Using Anishinaabe-Centered Child Welfare Education

A webinar from the University of Minnesota's School of Social Work explores systems change to address the overrepresentation of indigenous families in public child welfare systems. The video, led by Cary Waubanascum and Wendy Haight, focuses on ways to build tribal capacity, educate social workers to practice with indigenous families and tribes, and promote systems change. It was informed by a study from the Center for Regional and Tribal Child Welfare that explores Anishinaabe-centered child welfare education and training.

View the hour-long video, "Transforming Social Work & Fostering Relationships Through Anishinaabe-Centered Child Welfare Knowledge and Practice," on the University of Minnesota website. The webpage includes recommended reading to complete before watching the video.


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