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It provides digital materials for reference and research on South Asia to scholars, public officials, business leaders, and other users. Issues from 1972 – 2001 are available.

It provides scholarly journal articles with the help of social work research databases, social work journals, social work subject portal.

Social Work Search continues to offer the largest online database of links and other services devoted solely to the Social Work profession. One of the largest search engines targeting a large audience of Social Work and related field professionals and students. is the specialized portal totally dedicated to development work in India. It aims to create more awareness about, and mobilize greater support for India’s struggle for sustainable and equitable development.

British Journal of Social Work covers every aspect of social work, with papers reporting research, discussing practice, and examining principles and theories. Free access to sample articles are given.

Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare’s publications on child welfare are given

This site is hosted by the California State University Library; It provides various resources in social work such as social work guides, social work electronic journals, social work history, code of ethics and many other resources that are of the interest of social workers.

This web site has been developed with one aim and that is to provide wider access to information on AGING. It is through 'Action for Older People' that the site wishes to promote independence, choice and participation, healthy ageing and lifelong learning.

Advocates’ Forum is one of only a few student-run social work journals in the country. This publication serves to inform social workers in all areas of practice of the administrative and clinical interests.

This site provides publications in advocacy and policy, capacity building, Democracy and governance; Gender based violence, omens rights, youth, Training, Leadership Development and much more.

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