CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction 2. Maintenance of Public Law and Order 3. Terrorism and Human Rights 4. Social, Economic and Cultural Entitlements and Legal Rights 5. Children: Social Work and Rights 6. Women: Social Work and Rights 7. Bonded Labour 8. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes 9. Human Rights of Minorities 10. Social Work and Human Rights of Disabled and Physically Challenged
Like social work students and practitioners come crossways the term `human rights' with better incidence, there is an imperative require for them to appreciate its meaning, particularly in contradistinction to the linked concept of "social justice". This book is an overview of human rights opinions and laws for social worker that pressures the meaning of human rights in every type of social work policy and practice. In conscientious, `Social Work and Human Rights' tackles matters connecting to feeble groups, including women, children, disabled persons, the HIV-or AIDS-infected population, gays and lesbians, victims of racism, and older persons. The book concludes with very important case studies that demonstrate the submission of human rights theory in real-life settings. These case studies explain how to identify pertinent human rights subjects and then connnect these issues to moral every day jobs in order to structure a suitable interference situation with the client.