Social care help for Iraq not feasible

Callaghan, David
April 2003
Community Care;4/17/2003, Issue 1468, p8
It is not feasible for social workers of Great Britain to make significant contribution to the reconstruction effort in Iraq, according to nearly two-thirds of users of Website of the magazine 'Community Care.' Sixty-four percent believe it is not possible, while 36 percent consider it is feasible.


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