The history of social work practice with Australia’s First Nations people and communities has been at best problematic and at worst horrendous. The legacy of social work’s participation in the Stolen Generations and the continued role of social workers in contributing to the overrepresentation of First Nations’ children in child protection attaches to every social worker by association.
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