My scholarly interests lie in the areas of transnational social work practice, social policy, community development and gender issues. Broadly speaking, I am interested in issues with regards to the practice of social work transnationally. The primary aim of my research is to produce theoretical and practical knowledge regarding transnational and international social work practice. I also have interest in social and gender diversity dimension of community development in both developing and developed countries. I am also interested in conducting a study on refugees and immigrants and their sense of homelessness as well as resilience in Canada. I aim to maintain an active research agenda and have interest in collaborating with authors from other areas of interest who use varied methodologies.
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