From Service Delivery to Capacity-Building: a Scalable Approach to Legal Empowerment
Keywords:Legal Empowerment, Service Delivery, Self-Advocacy, Self-Efficacy, Case Study, Social Work, Youth Homelessness, Systemic Change, Scalable
This case study highlights the experience of a legal services social worker and her clients using a method for legal empowerment. It explores a simple way to integrate capacity-building into practice at the micro-level as part of a systemic change strategy at the macro-level.
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