The authors, representing community practitioners, faculty, students, and administration, collaborated to produce guidelines for university-community partnerships that reflect social work’s commitment to social justice in practice, education, and research. The respective experiences and voices of the authors contribute to a wider perspective on the explicit social justice implications of partnership formation for community-based participatory research, which is a vision shared by many disciplines. These guidelines introduce a communication outline that may augment the creation and maintenance of thriving university-community partnerships across multiple disciplines that promote social justice.
Price, Sarah Kye; Foreman Kready, Sharon B.; Mogul, Marjie; Cohen-Filipic, Katherine; and Davey, Timothy L.
"Partnership Process Guidelines: Social Work Perspectives on Creating and Sustaining Real-World University-Community Partnerships,"
Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship: Vol. 6
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/jces/vol6/iss1/8