Prof. Sanjoy Roy, advocating for ‘Indigenous Social Work Practice in India’, is working as faculty at the Department of Social Work, University of Delhi, India. He has 4 years of working experience in development sector and in research and more than 17 years in teaching in University level. He has worked with government institution like All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS). Previously Prof. Roy has taught in different Universities in India as different capacities like as Associate Professor in Department of Social Work, Visva Bharati University, West Bengal; as Reader in School of Social Work, IGNOU, New Delhi; as Assistant Professor in Assam University (Central), Silchar; as Assistant Professor in Delhi University; as Assistant Professor in C.S.J.M. University Kanpur. He has published more than 60 articles/research papers in different referred journals/books etc. and 13 books in National and International publication like Sage, Routledge, Rawat, Atlantic in Social Work Education.
The blog, Professor Roy@Indigenous Social Work covers these topics:
Knowledge translation in Social Work
Income generation and protection
Social protection systems
Indigenizing Social Work/Indigenous Social Work Research