- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Some terms and definitions
- One Rethinking anti-racist social work in a neoliberal age
- Two The growth of xeno-racism and Islamophobia in Britain
- Three The catalysers: ‘black’ professionals and the anti-racist movement
- Four “Same, same, but different”
- Five Antisemitism and anti-racist social work
- Six Anti-Roma racism in Europe: past and recent perspectives
- Seven In defence of multiculturalism?
- Eight Social work and Islamophobia: identity formation among second and third generation Muslim women in north-west England
- Nine Institutionalised Islamophobia and the ‘Prevent’ agenda: ‘winning hearts and minds’ or welfare as surveillance and control?
- Ten ‘Street-grooming’, sexual abuse and Islamophobia: an anatomy of the Rochdale abuse scandal1
- Eleven My people?
- Twelve Twenty-first century eugenics? A case study about the Merton Test
- Thirteen The role of immigration policies in the exploitation of migrant care workers: an ethnographic exploration
Race, racism and social work today: some concluding thoughts
- (p.257) Conclusion
- Race, Racism and Social Work
- Policy Press
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