Ideas on anti-oppressive and multicultural sensitivity approaches to practice help practitioners to understand the cultural and ethnic barriers, conflicts and differences in societies so that they may practise in ways that respect people’s individual and social identities and respond to oppression by dominant social groups. Cultural and ethnic differences have important consequences for people’s personal development and social experience, and these ideas help practitioners to incorporate these factors into their practice.
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