15 Critical Soc. Pol'y 3 (1995)

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                  CRITICAL


                      SOCIAL


                      POLICY

                           ISSUE 43
   VOLUME 15 NUMBER 1 SUMMER 1995

EDITORIAL COLLECTIVE
Avtar Brah, Jean Carabine, Suzy Croft, Lesley Day, Norman Ginsburg, Michael Hutchinson-
Reis, Syd Jeffers, Mary John-Baptiste, Phil Lee, Ruth Madigan, Karim Murji, Nascem Shah,
Dave Taylor, Fiona Williams.



The launching of CSP in 1981 marked a new direction for social policy and
administration which had been cast mainly in the orthodox Fabian tra-
dition. Since that time, this traditional social administration approach has
been challenged both in thinking and practice by not only the radical right,
but also by socialist, feminist and anti-racist writers and activists. The
present period is one in which the forms and strategies of social welfare
established in post-war capitalism are more diversified and in greater open
conflict.
This journal provides a forum to develop an understanding of welfare from
socialist, feminist, anti-racist and radical perspectives within the British
and international context. The only collective editorial policy is a common
opposition to the radical right and an awareness of the inadequacies of the
Fabian  and other orthodox  models to meet  its challenges. From this
general standpoint we encourage contributions from a variety of perspec-
tives and experiences.
Our  audience includes those who are actively involved in welfare issues
through pressure groups, consumer groups and community  action; prac-
titioners and workers in statutory and voluntary agencies; those who are
teaching and researching social welfare issues.
CSP  aims to create a balance of articles dealing with ideas and practice,
and  to be clear and accessible to our varied audience. Our priority is to
sustain debate about political strategy in welfare, both in Britain and
internationally. We encourage reports and reflections of current struggles
and  campaigns as well as analysis of welfare issues. We are particularly
keen  to encourage articles and pieces from practitioners and activists in
welfare.

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