Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work
Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides a platform for research, analysis and scholarly debate on social work theory, policy and practice. Published quarterly, it particularly welcomes work offering critical perspectives on contemporary policy developments, indigenous social work, post-colonialism, anti-racism, feminism, and progressive social work theory, policy and practice.
The journal also publishes book reviews and encourages short topical pieces called viewpoints offering readers’ critical commentaries on published articles, analyses of policy or practice developments, and reports on research-informed practice innovations.
Te Komako and Tu Mau
Each year, one issue of the journal is published as Te Komako focusing on Tangata Whenua social work; and – from time to time – we publish a Tu Mau issue highlighting issues for Pasifika social work.
 The ANZASW has a had a quarterly publication in print since 1965. However, 2007 marks the year when the publication name was changed to Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work.