We acknowledge that we live and work on unceded Indigenous territories and we thank the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations for their hospitality.


Results (30)

Drolet, Julie L., and Carlos Teixeira. “Fostering immigrant settlement and housing in small cities: Voices of settlement practitioners and service providers in British Columbia, Canada,” The Social Science Journal (2019):

Journal Articles immigrants social work

Drolet, Julie Lynne, and Tiffany Sampson. “Addressing Climate Change from a Social Development Approach: Small Cities and Rural Communities' Adaptation and Response to Climate Change in British Columbia, Canada,” International Social Work 1, no. 60 (2017): 61-73.

Journal Articles climate change environmental studies social work

Evans, Mike, Rachelle Hole, Lawrence D. Berg, Peter Hutchinson, and Dixon Sookraj. “Common Insights, Differing Methodologies: Toward a Fusion of Indigenous Methodologies, Participatory Action Research, and White Studies in an Urban Aboriginal Research Agenda,” Qualitative Inquiry 15, no. 5 (2009): 893-910.

Journal Articles health sciences Indigenous race and racism social work

Harris, Barbara. “What Can We Learn From Traditional Aboriginal Education? Transforming Social Work Education Delivered in First Nations Communities,” Canadian Journal of Native Education 29, no. 1 (2006): 117-134.

Journal Articles education Indigenous social work

Hemingway, Dawn, and Christina McLennan. “Harnessing Information and Communication Technology to Build an Online Community of Northern/Rural Women,” Canadian Woman Studies 24, no. 4 (2005): 161-166.

Journal Articles gender social work

Klein, Seth, and Jane Pulkingham. Living on Welfare in BC: Experiences of Longer-Term “Expected to Work” Recipients. Vancouver: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives BC Office, 2008. 68 pp. 9780886275808.

Books and Chapters in Books social work

Monchalin, Renée; Auger, Monique; Jones, Carly; Paul, Willow; Loppie, Charlotte. ““I would just like to see more acknowledgement, respect and services for the people who are in between, just Métis people”: recommendations by Métis women to improve access to health and social services in Victoria, Canada,” AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 3, no. 18 (2022): 337-334, https://doi.org/10.1177/11771801221103399.

Journal Articles health sciences Indigenous social work