The Canadian Social Work Review / Revue canadienne de service social is a biannual, bilingual scholarly journal. Its purpose is to advance social work scholarship, practice and education in Canada by publishing original research and critical analysis that enriches or challenges existing knowledge.
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In 2016, we transitioned to an electronic-only model of the journal, which is available through Érudit – a bilingual, electronic dissemination platform for Canadian scholarly publications. Individual members of CASWE-ACFTS receive a subscription to the journal as part of their membership benefits. For information on subscriptions, please click here.
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE JOURNAL’S EDITORIAL BOARD – Call for Anglophone and Francophone Scholars
The journal’s Editorial Board is looking to fill two upcoming vacant positions, one on its Anglophone committee, the other on its Francophone committee.
JOURNAL STUDENT COMPETITION
– Now Open!
Are you currently a student in a Canadian Social Work program? Submit your paper to our Student Competition for your chance to be published in an upcoming issue of the Canadian Social Work Review! Submission Guidelines
OPEN CALL FOR PAPERS
The CSWR welcomes articles of analytic and empirical merit (between 4,500 and 6,000 words) in either English or French. Submission Guidelines
CSWR, Volume 35, N. 1 (2018)
SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS SOCIAL WORKERS IN FRONT-LINE PRACTICE
LES ENJEUX INTERSECTIONNELS DE LA DEMANDE DE SERVICES DE SANTÉ MENTALE AU CANADA : la situation des jeunes femmes dépressives francophones
Florina Gaborean, Lilian Negura et Nicolas Moreau
THESE ARE INDIGENOUS LANDS: Foregrounding Settler Colonialism and Indigenous Sovereignty as Primary Contexts for Canadian Environmental Social Work
Chris Hiller and Elizabeth Carlson
SERVICES DE SUPERVISION DES DROITS D’ACCÈS AU QUÉBEC : regard d’intervenants
Annick St-Amand, Marie-Christine Fortin, Marie-Christine Saint-Jacques, Sylvie Drapeau et Marie-Hélène Gagné
SOCIAL WORKERS’ EXPERIENCE OF MORAL DISTRESS
Shannon Jaskela, Juliet Guichon, Stacey A. Page and Ian Mitchell
2017 Student Competition / Concours étudiant 2017
POLITICIZED NARRATIVE THERAPY: A Reckoning and a Call to Action
Renee Dumaresque, Taylor Thornton, Daniela Glaser and Anthony Lawrence
HUMAN RIGHTS: Introduction
FORUM DES DROITS DE LA PERSONNE : introduction
Judy E. MacDonald & Wendy Hulko
HUMAN RIGHTS QUESTIONED: A Queer Perspective
Nick J. Mulé
INJUSTICE, JUSTICE, AND AFRICENTRIC PRACTICE IN CANADA
Wanda Thomas Bernard and Holly Smith
(dis)ABILITY RIGHTS: A Forgotten Claim
Judy E. MacDonald