Dr. Gokani’s primary research is at the intersection of religious belief and social work, social welfare, and social policy. In addition, he researches basic income, international social work, social work education, and social science theory. He has 10 years of experience working with social service organisations in multiple capacities, including front-line case work, research, and governance. He teaches courses on social welfare and religion and has taught courses on research, diversity, human rights, and more. He is on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Social Work Education and the Shelter House, a homeless shelter in Thunder Bay which serves many of the people who were on the Ontario Basic Income Pilot.