Professor Jonathan Parker and Dr Sara Ashencaen Crabtree of the Centre for Social Work, Sociology and Social Policy speak in the Guardian Social Care Network about their published research concerning what social workers need to know about terrorism.
In it they describe their study recently published in Social Policy & Social Work in Transition and say the social work curriculum must address more than child and adult safeguarding.
The full paper Ripples in a pond: Do social work students need to learn about terrorism? can be found at Social Policy & Social Work in Transition, DOI: 10.1921/4704030201, and builds also on the 2012 edited book The Cup, the Gun and the Crescent (Whiting & Birch). They will also present the paper at the Joint World Social Work Conference in Melbourne, Australia.