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Matthew Randall

A Restrictive Social Work. Working with Asylum-seekers in Austria


This article will explore examples of the inherent structural barriers to professional social work practice with those individuals who have fled their own countries and applied for asylum in Austria. The country specific analysis will be presented as a case example in order to reflect the general practice in Europe.


refugees, asylum seekers, social work, caseloads, discrimination, ghetto-effect

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