Alankaar Sharma

03 May 2022

Confronting and ending oppression against marginalised and minoritised peoples is at the heart of social justice-oriented social work practice. Developing a critical understanding of power and oppression, and enacting social change aimed at challenging structural factors that contribute to oppression are integral to the core mandates of social work profession (International Federation of Social Workers [IFSW], 2014). Different ways of challenging oppression are therefore of significant interest to social workers.

07 May 2009
First things first. I am a feminist man. In many ways, that’s my declaration of independence, and shapes my identity, my choices and my work.