Social work is overwhelmingly an agency-based profession. This is as much the case in the international field as it is in domestic practice. Consequently, to understand international social work it is necessary to examine the agencies and organizations within which social work is practised or which represent the profession of social work at the international level. In this chapter, therefore, we will examine three different types of organizations that are particularly significant for the field.
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