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“…The political agenda of immigration control coupled with the bureaucratisation and managerialism of the profession gradually alters social work practices. As Jones (2019) argues often state agencies and NGOs work for their own interests and work to control refugees. Wroe, Larkin &Maglajlic (2019:18) claim that "the devastating consequences for individuals and families (and arguably for the integrity of our profession) when social workers are complicit in the use of care and welfare as instruments of immigration control".…”
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“…The political agenda of immigration control coupled with the bureaucratisation and managerialism of the profession gradually alters social work practices. As Jones (2019) argues often state agencies and NGOs work for their own interests and work to control refugees. Wroe, Larkin &Maglajlic (2019:18) claim that "the devastating consequences for individuals and families (and arguably for the integrity of our profession) when social workers are complicit in the use of care and welfare as instruments of immigration control".…”
Section: Discussionmentioning