Claudia Bernard – Key note address



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Title: Claudia Bernard – Key note address


Dr Claudia Bernard

Intersectionality as a Navigational Tool to Interrogate the Contextual Dynamics that Shape Interpersonal Processes

Dr Claudia Bernard is Professor of Social Work and Co-Head of the Department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies, at Goldsmiths, University of London. She is one of few Black Female Social Work Professors, a visionary and leader in the field of Social Work. Her research interests lie in the areas of social work with children and families, gender-based violence, critical race theory, equalities, and social justice. She has written widely on these topics, including a book entitled Constructing Lived Experiences: Representations of Black Mothers in Child Sexual Abuse Discourses (2nd Edition, Routledge, 2017), and an edited collection with Perlita Harris, entitled Safeguarding Black Children: Good Practice in Child Protection (Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2016). Her latest book Intersectionality for Social Workers: Theory and Practice is out in December 2021. She was featured in the 2020 Photography Exhibit Phenomenal Women: Portraits of UK Black Female Professors.



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