He Wero: The Challenge of Putting Your Body on the Line: Teaching and Learning in Anti-Racist Practice
To explore ways in which social work educators have developed anti-racist practice in relation to indigenous issues in New Zealand.
Provision of history of anti-racism training showing how this has been reflected in the Massey University Bachelor of Social Work programme. Description of the application of a structural analysis model to engage students in identifying their own culture and how they situate their experiences in relation to the indigenous Māori.
Simmons, H., Mafile'o, T., Webster, J., Jakobs, J., & Thomas, C. (2008). He wero: The challenge of putting your body on the line: Teaching and learning in anti-racist practice. Social Work Education, 27(4), 366-379.