Sharlene Nipperess is a lecturer in social work at the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT.
- Nipperess, S. (2018). Caring in an uncaring context: towards a critical ethics of care in social work with people seeking asylum In: Critical ethics of care in social work: Transforming the politics and practices of caring, Routledge, Abingdon, United Kingdom
- Pawar, M.,Nipperess, S. (2017). You roll up your sleeves and you help, and work with people - Robyn Miller In: Empowering Social Workers: virtuous practitioners, Springer, Singapore
- David, C.,Nipperess, S.,Maylea, C. (2017). Submission to the Joint Standing Committee Inquiry into Transitional Arrangements for the National Disability Insurance Scheme In: Refugee Council of Australia Canberra, Australia
- Pease, R.,Nipperess, S. (2016). Doing critical social work in the neoliberal context: working on the contradictions In: Doing critical social work: Transformative practices for social justice, Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, Australia
- Nipperess, S. (2016). Towards a critical human rights-based approach to social work practice In: Doing critical social work: Transformative practices for social justice, Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, Australia
- Nipperess, S.,Clark, S. (2016). Anti-oppressive practice with people seeking asylum in Australia: Reflections from the field In: Doing critical social work: Transformative practices for social justice, Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, Australia
- Goldingay, S.,Hitch, D.,Carrington, A.,Nipperess, S.,Rosario, V. (2016). Transforming roles to support student development of academic literacies: a reflection on one team's experience In: Reflective Practice, 17, 334 - 346
- McAuliffe, D.,Nipperess, S.,Daly, K.,Hardcastle, F. (2015). New steps in the AASW reconciliation journey In: Reconciliation and Australian Social Work: Past and Current Experiences and Informing Future Practice, Magpie Goose Publishing, Canberra, Australia
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
1 Masters by Research Current Supervisions
Human Rights (in relation to critical social work, people experiencing mental distress, people from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the environment) Social Work Ethics.