International Journal of Social Work and Human Services Practice  

This journal will resonate the themes of resilience and hope. Practitioners and academia will take the opportunity to present reflective thinking, innovations and advance a community of practice that features strengths based practices and narratives and research that informs, educates and celebrates the infinitesimal capacity of human coping, resilience and hope. Writings that are refreshingly new that celebrate ethical conduct, practice of human values, eco-social justice international security and peace and those that advance non violent development alternatives in governance of our societies will be welcomed.

The International Journal of Social Work and Human Services Practice is published six times a year both in print and on line forms. For Print form please enquire the costs for single copy as well as annual subscriptions. Academic institutions, libraries, researchers and non Government and government agencies may indicate the number of printed copies required to save on their postage and handling costs.

All submissions to the International Journal of Social work and Human Services must follow APA 6 guidelines. Articles that are submitted in any other form other than APA 6 guidelines will be summarily rejected and will not be acknowledged. All articles are double blind peer reviewed.
International Journal of Social Work and Human Services Practice is under consideration for indexing in Thomson Reuters SSCI and Scopus

ISSN: 2332-6832 (Print)

ISSN: 2332-6840 (Online)

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Editorial Board

Editorial Board

Prof. Muhammad Samad
University of Information Technology & Sciences, Bangladesh

Prof. Azlinda Azman
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia

Prof. Bhavna Mehta 
Faculty of Social Work, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India

Dr. Michael Clark
Center for Strength-Based Strategies, USA

Dr. Sonny Jose
Loyola College of Social Sciences, University of Kerala, India

Dr. Ndungi Mungai
Charles Sturt University, Australia

Dr. Johannes John-Langba
Department of Social Development, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Asst. Prof. Yolanda Ealdama
University of the Philippines, Philippines