The Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue canadienne de politique sociale is a scholarly and bilingual journal of progressive social policy. It aims to promote the exchange of ideas amongst a network of people involved in education, the public sector and social movements in the field of Canadian social policy and administration. CRSP/RCSP publishes analyses of historical and current developments, issues, debates, and reviews of recent publications.
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Call For Papers: Aboriginal People and Social Policy
|We are now accepting papers for a special issue on Aboriginal People and social policy, to be published in 2014. Submissions may include full-length submissions or perspectives pieces in either English of French. Accepting until July 15.|
Special Features: Themed Open Access Articles
|As we collect new submissions on the theme of Aboriginal People and social policy, we are looking back at past articles we have published on the topic. These archived articles have been made open access for a limited time. Download "First Nations Citizenship" , "Feminism and First" Nations , "First Nations Social Service Administrators" , "Qualitative Analysis of Oral Testimony" , "Extending Aboriginal Control over Child Welfare Services", and "Stretched beyond Human Limits".|
No 68-69 (2013)