People

Dr Maria-Ines Martinez Herrero

Lecturer
School of Health and Social Care
Dr Maria-Ines Martinez Herrero

Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD Social Work Durham University, (2017)

  • MA Social Research Methods Durham University, (2011)

  • Undergraduate & Postgraduate degree [Licenciatura] Psychology National University of Distance Education, (2014)

  • Undergraduate degree [Diplomatura] Social Work Complutense University of Madrid, (2009)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Social Work Lecturer, Centre for Social Work, School of Health and Social Care, University of Essex (1/8/2018 - present)

Other academic

  • Social Work Lecturer, Social Work, Education, and Community Wellbeing, Northumbria University (15/3/2015 - 24/7/2018)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Social Work Theory and Methods (HS650)

  • Practice Placement 1 (HS654)

Publications

Journal articles (8)

Martinez Herrero, M. and Charnley, H., Resisting neoliberalism in social work education: learning, teaching and performing human rights and social justice in England and Spain. Social Work Education

Martinez Herrero, M. and (forthcoming), Facing a dark and unknown chapter of the history of social work in Spain: Social work in times of Franco’s eugenics and stolen babies. Social Dialogue. Web magazine of the International Association of Schools of Social Work

Martinez Herrero, MI. and Charnley, H., (2019). Human Rights and Social Justice in Social Work Education: A Critical Realist Comparative Study of England and Spain. European Journal of Social Work. 22 (2), 225-237

Martinez Herrero, MI. and Nicholls, J., (2017). Beyond Legalism in Turbulent Times: Re-grounding UK Social Work in a Richer International Human Rights Perspective. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work. 2 (3), 74-85

Martínez Herrero, MI., (2017). El Trabajo Social en Inglaterra: ¿el principio y fin de una profesión para la justicia social?. Cuadernos de Trabajo Social. 30 (2), 343-355

Ioakimidis, V., Santos, CC. and Herrero, IM., (2014). Reconceptualizing social work in times of crisis: An examination of the cases of Greece, Spain and Portugal. International Social Work. 57 (4), 285-300

Martinez Herrero, MI., Ioakimidis, V. and Cruz Santos, C., (2014). Reconceptualizando el trabajo social en Europa del sur: El retorno de la política “en tiempos de malestares”. Servicios Sociales y Política Social. XXXI (106), 11-24

Ioakimidis, V., Martinez-Herrero, I., Yanardağ, U., Farrugia Bennett, C. and Teloni, D., (2013). Austerity and social work in Europe: listening to the voices of resistance. Critical and Radical Social Work. 1 (2), 253-261

Book chapters (1)

Martinez Herrero, M. and Crossley, S., (2019). Original title in Spanish: Pobreza, familias “problemáticas” y trabajo social en Reino Unido: deconstruyendo la manipulación mediática y construyendo una práctica enraizada en los derechos humanos y la justicia social [English translation: Poverty, troubled families and social work in the United Kingdom: deconstructing media manipulation and constructing a practice rooted in human rights and social justice]. In: Original title in Spanish: Imagen, Estigma y Derechos Humanos: Claves Para Abordar la Vulnerabilidad y la Exclusión Social Desde el Trabajo Social y la comunicación. [English translation: Image, Stigma and Human Rights: Keys to approach vulnerability and social exclusion from social work and communication]. Editors: Gomez Ciriano, EJ., . Tirant lo Blanch. 167- 201

Reports and Papers (2)

Martinez Herrero, M., (2019). Social Work and Human Rights: The International Context. BASW (British Association of Social Workers) human rights guide.

Martinez Herrero, M., (2019). Social Work and Human Rights: A Practice Guide. BASW (British Association of Social Workers) human rights guide.

Grants and funding

2019

PROPOSAL: BASW HUMAN RIGHTS �FOUNDATION REPORT

British Association of Social Workers (BASW)

Contact

m.ines.martinez-herrero@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1702 328373/4958

Location:

GB.2.62/2S2.3.21, Southend Campus