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PP24 Macropractice

PP24 Macropractice - – defined by problem or concern –...

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Things to Know & Think About Things to know:    n What is macro practice n Why do it? n Types of macro practice n Types of global crises & their statistics Things to think about:
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What & Why? n Practice with communities & organizations n Troubles caused by an external source Social justice Economic justice Human rights n Structural change through social action Program development Community development
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Mobilizing for Change n Community Development  organizations & members n Community Organizing  
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Unformatted text preview: – defined by problem or concern – fundraising n Policy Practice – nature of social policy International Human Services n HIV / AIDS Pandemic – 12 million n Indigenous people – Cultural genocide, depression, substance abuse n Torture & abuse n LGBT rights Crimes Against Women n Honor killings n Female genital mutilation – 100 million girls n Human sex trafficking – Women & children forced into slavery, marriage and the sex trade – 800,000 under 18 n...
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