Kish Bhatti-Sinclair

Reader in Social Work and Social Policy

Social Work Social Care

University of Chichester

Race and racism, Ethics, values and empowering social work practice., Child sexual exploitation, Group localised child exploitation, Race and serious case reviews, Diversity, difference and professional dilemmas

Research interests include ‘race’ and racism, ethics, values and empowering practice both with children and adults. Current projects include child exploitation in the context of multi-racial Britain, work and sleep. Involvement in national forums is as follows: member of the Planning Group of the Joint Social Work Education Conference 2015 and leading the Anti-Racist Social Work Education Group. Committee membership includes the Teaching and Learning and Research Committees of the Joint University Council Social Work Education Committees.

PhD MA

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  1. Bhatti-Sinclair, Kish and Sutcliffe, Charles (2014) REPORT ON THE ANALYSIS OF DATA ON BLACK AND ETHNIC MINORITY LAC CHILDREN IN THE LONDON BOROUGH OF WANDSWORTH. University of Chichester.
  2. Bhatti-Sinclair, Kish and Sutcliffe, Charles (2013) Challenges in identifying factors which determine the placement of children in care: an international review. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 30 (4). pp. 345-363. ISSN 0738-0151
  3. Bhatti-Sinclair, Kish and Price, Donna (2015) Evaluation of Serious Case Reviews and Anti-racist Practice. In: Social Work in a diverse society: transformative practice with ethnic minority communities. The Policy Press. (In Press)
  4. Bhatti-Sinclair, Kish and Smethurst, Christopher, eds. (2017) Diversity Difference and Professional Dilemmas: Developing Skills in Challenging Times. Social Work Skills in Practice . Open University McGraw Hill, London. ISBN 9780335261826
  5. Bhatti-Sinclair, Kish and Smethurst, Christopher (2018) Understanding Group Localised Child Sexual Exploitation. Seen and Heard Journal, 28 (4). pp. 41-54. ISSN 1744-1072