Tu Mau Issue 18 Autumn




Lifewriting: Anae Si’anaua Ostler (QSM, JP) and her contribution to social work history in Aotearoa New Zealand
Vinepa Aiono

Va-centred social work: Possibilities for a Pacific approach to social work practice
Karlo Mila-Schaaf

‘Pasifika’ location and privilege: Conceptual frameworks from first year Pasifika social work students
Vaiolesi Passells

Art therapy and Pacific Island peoples in New Zealand: A preliminary observation and evaluation from a Pacific Island perspective
Pa’u Tafaogalupe Mulitalo-Lauta and Karin Menon

Matakainga (behaving like family): The social worker-client relationship in Pasifika social work
Tracie Mafile’o

It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it: Cultural ambiguity and speaking without naming the unspeakable
Judy Matai’a

Youth social work enhanced by fa’asamoa imperatives: Patience, humility and balance
Fiu Uesile Wesley Jnr Talaimanu

Samoan best practice: ‘Tau mai na o le pua e ula, aumai na o auga o aute, se’i mai na o muiaa o laau’
Mary Autagavaia


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