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Organiser and director of the conference. All funds for the conference were raised by the director. Conference on Globalisation and Radicalisation in the Muslim World. Similarly, it shows that market-based activities are increasingly incorporated into the nonprofit sector. Chapter 6 illustrates the role of the professions in international social welfare by discussing the contribution of social work.

It shows that social workers are employed by governments, nonprofits, and faith-based organizations in many countries where they deal primarily with social problems in fields of practice, such as child welfare, mental health, and medical social work. Chapter 7 examines the growing importance of the commercial social welfare sector.

Until recently, welfare programs were believed to be the responsibility of governments and nonprofits, but today commercial firms are playing a more significant role in the field. The chapter discusses the way that privatization and outsourcing has fostered the involvement of commercial providers in social welfare, and reviews some of the criticisms of the market approach. Chapter 8 deals with government social welfare. It defines the public sector, traces the history of government involvement, and provides an overview of statutory provisions around the world.

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Drawing attention to the role of social services, subsidies, tax incentives, and statutory regulation, the chapter identifies the key features of state welfare in different groups of countries and regions. Chapter 9 continues the discussion on state welfare by considering the way government welfare provisions have changed since the end of the Second World War.

It notes that many social policy scholars characterize recent events as a crisis that has undermined the welfare state. It discusses alternative explanations, paying particular attention to recent debates on social investment, which some scholars believe is positively shaping the pluralist welfare systems of many countries. Chapter 10 provides an account of the social development approach and the way that social development has been adopted by governments as well as faith-based and nonprofit organizations in the developing countries—and also to some extent in the Western countries.

It reviews the practice strategies that are used to promote social development and shows how these emphasize the role of community-based social investments and participatory programs. Part III of the book focuses on the way social welfare has become internationalized. Chapter 11 discusses international collaboration in social welfare by tracing the history of cooperation between governments and nonprofit agencies as well as the work of international organizations, such as the United Nations and the World Bank. The chapter also reviews some of the challenges and controversies attending international social welfare collaboration.

Drawing on cosmopolitan ideas based on social democratic thinking, it proposes steps that should be taken to end the fragmentation of the field. He has published widely on issues of social development, social policy, social work, and international social welfare. In addition, he has edited or coedited many books on international social welfare and social development. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people.

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