4th Congress of Social Work - Brdo 2010

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Congress of Social Work

Program of Congress

International symposium Crossing the borders in social work: Internationalism in social work education and research

hall: Heros A+B
moderator: Darja Zaviršek

11.00-13.00 Session1
Christine Labonté-Roset
Social-political reforms and new poverty in Germany

Subhangi Herath
Escape what? Problems or life? A serious predicament. Abortions among conflict related internally displaced women in Sri Lanka.

David Urban
Social work with Romany people in socially Excluded Localities in Czech Republic and Slovakia

Jo Lucas
Lessons from 15 years of developing social work education internationally: Tensions, involvement, research and networking

Kristina Urbanc
Contribution of research project "Service users as experience experts in social work education and research" to promotion of inclusiveness

13.00-14.30 Lunch Break

14.30-16.30 Session2
Gabi Čačinovič Vogrinčič
Crossing borders between »us« and »them«: A dialogical approach in co-creating support and help in social work

Lea Šugman Bohinc
From objectivism to constructivism and social constructionism in systemic approaches of psychosocial support and help

Rosemary Link
Access for children in decisions made about their lives. Examining the Convention on the rights of the child

Helle Strauss
Spirituality in social work education and practice

16.30-17.00 Break

17.00-19-00 Session3
Ana M. Sobočan
Social work in newly independent countries: The case of Kosovo

Lee Knifton, Neil Quinn
A 5 year mental healthy equalities programme in Scotland

R.M.Anula Rathnayake
How does poverty and depression impinge on each other in South Asia?

Dilrukshi Abeysinghe
To Whom Do We Turn? A Case Study of Behavioural Patterns of a Girl with Mental Health Problem in Sri Lanka

Congress of Social Work

Program of Congress