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Social work training in a multi-racial society

Great Britain. Community Relations Commission.

Social work training in a multi-racial society

a course for tutors,lecturers on CQSW courses, practice teachers and student unit supervisors.

by Great Britain. Community Relations Commission.

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Published by The Commission in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Report of a course held on 21-23 September, 1976.

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Pagination8p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14098708M


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