Well! What would we say!Focussed on practical issues but with ample attention to underpinning theory, there's something here for just about everyone: practitioners and managers, trainers, lecturers, students, libraries, and policymakers... whether working with individuals, organisations or communities... and whether working with staff, students or citizens, young or old, volunteers or clients... and whether you are based in a large or small organisation, in government, a local authority, education, health, welfare, care, justice, the private or the voluntary sector.They focus on people: their identities, emotions, fears and aspirations. They seek to help you engage with anyone with legitimate interest in participating in - or expressing their views about - workplaces, places of learning, organisations, associations, communities or government and their practices. While contextualised in the human services, they can be read and used with profit elsewhere.Books, textbooks, teaching and training resources address race and ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, and religion, but always in ways that emphasise discussion and learning.Many of the photocopiable manuals let purchasers subsequently obtain the photocopiable material as a free PDF.Please note: additional books relevant to issues of engagement and inclusion may be found in the listings on this website for 'Textbooks...' and 'Further Books'.
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