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Green Social Work

Ivana Ćurčić orcid id ; Studijski centar socijalnog rada, Pravni fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Udruga Ozana, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Marina Milić Babić orcid id ; Studijski centar socijalnog rada, Pravni fakultet, Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Hrvatska
Dražen Šimleša ; Institut društvenih znanosti

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 124 Kb

str. 11-26

preuzimanja: 967


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 51 Kb

str. 12-12

preuzimanja: 152



The development of green social work goes hand in hand with ecological activism on a global scale. Social work in Croatia has not yet integrated the ecological approach to everyday activities, providing services to users or advocating the right to a healthy environment. Non-governmental organizations of citizens actively participate in shaping public policies at local and wider level and contributing to sustainable change in the community. The need to involve social workers in solving environmental problems and building community sustainability is increasingly visible at the global and local level. The natural world around us, for example, climatic conditions largely determines what kind of natural resources we have. A social worker cannot overlook the fact that diversity endangers the bureaucratic approach that has hitherto been used, and should be sufficiently tolerant and sensitive to diversity. With a centralized approach, resources are rarely placed where they are most needed and thus undermine the community’s ability to take care of themselves. In order to successfully face challenges and imbalances in the natural environment, community resistance needs to be developed.

Ključne riječi

green social work, sustainability, citizen participation, community resilience

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