Kathomi Gatwiri
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Injured bodies, damaged lives: experiences and narratives of Kenyan women with obstetric fistula and Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting
L Mwanri, GJ Gatwiri
Reproductive health 14 (1), 1-11, 2017
182017
Silence as power: Women bargaining with patriarchy in Kenya
GJ Gatwiri, KA Mumbi
Social Alternatives 35 (1), 13, 2016
172016
The influence of language difficulties on the wellbeing of international students: an interpretive phenomenological analysis
G Gatwiri
Inquiries Journal 7 (05), 2015
132015
Discovering my own African feminism: embarking on a journey to explore Kenyan women's oppression
GJ Gatwiri, HJ McLaren
Journal of International Women's Studies 17 (4), 263-273, 2016
122016
African womanhood and incontinent bodies: Kenyan women with vaginal fistulas
K Gatwiri
Springer, 2018
82018
African womanhood and incontinent bodies: Kenyan women with vaginal fistulas
K Gatwiri
Springer, 2018
82018
Discovering my own Black feminism: embarking on a journey to explore Kenyan women's oppression
GJ Gatwiri, HJ McLaren
Journal of International Women's Studies 17 (1), 202, 2016
82016
Leaning into the discomfort and embracing the disruption: A Freirean approach to (de) colonised social work teaching in Australia
K Gatwiri
Whiteness and Education 3 (2), 182-197, 2018
72018
Black women with vaginal fistula: The power to silence via Internet imagery
HJ McLaren, GJ Gatwiri
Social Alternatives 35 (1), 47, 2016
62016
Battling the “headwinds”: the experiences of minoritised academics in the neoliberal Australian university
L Anderson, K Gatwiri, M Townsend-Cross
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 33 (9), 939-953, 2020
52020
Towards cultural humility: Theorising cultural competence as institutionalised whiteness
S Tascon, K Gatwiri
Social Work & Policy Studies: Social Justice, Practice and Theory 3 (1), 2020
42020
Indigenous children and young people in residential care: a systematic scoping review
K Gatwiri, L McPherson, N Parmenter, N Cameron, D Rotumah
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1524838019881707, 2019
42019
A paradigm shift in responding to children who have experienced trauma: The Australian treatment and care for kids program
L McPherson, K Gatwiri, J Tucci, J Mitchell, N Macnamara
Children and Youth Services Review 94, 525-534, 2018
42018
Putting vaginal fistulas on the international social work map: A critical perspective
G Gatwiri, H Fraser
International Social Work 60 (4), 1039-1050, 2017
42017
Racial Microaggressions at work: Reflections from Black African professionals in Australia
K Gatwiri
The British Journal of Social Work, 2020
32020
From adversity to stability to integration: How one Australian program is making a difference in therapeutic foster care
K Gatwiri, L Mcpherson, N Mcnamara, J Mitchell, J Tucci
Journal of child & adolescent trauma 12 (3), 387-398, 2019
32019
The Politics of Black Hair: An Australian Perspective
K Gatwiri
The Conversation, March 18, 2018
32018
'Better off Dead'-Sasha's Story of Living with Vaginal Fistula
GJ Gatwiri, HJ McLaren
Journal of International Women's Studies 18 (2), 247-259, 2017
32017
What does research tell us about young people’s participation in decision making in residential care? A systematic scoping review
L McPherson, M Vosz, K Gatwiri, N Parmenter, N Macnamara, J Mitchell, ...
Children and Youth Services Review, 105899, 2020
22020
Parenting Black children in White spaces: Skilled African migrants reflect on their parenting experiences in Australia
K Gatwiri, L Anderson
Child & Family Social Work, 2020
22020
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