In October 2018, the third SocNet book volume under the title “Methods and Methodologies of Social Work” has been published. The book is edited by Christian Spatscheck, Sara Ashencaen Crabtree and Jonathan Parker. Further information can be gained at the book page at Whiting & Birch Publishers.
We are looking forward to this third Socnet98 volume.
Around the SocNet 98 International University Weeks, so far two book volumes have been published in the Whiting Birch Series Critical Studies in Socio-Cultural Diversity.
The last SocNet98 coordinators’ meeting took place between 1 and 3 November 2017 at the Hanzehogeschool in Groningen.
Thanks for a great meeting and a special thank to Renee Hesse and Jelco Caro from the Hanzehogeschool Groningen, School for Social Studies, for organising and hosting this event.
The EASSW – European Association of Schools of Social work holds its 2017 conference under the theme “Social Work Education in Europe: Challenging Boundaries, Promoting a Sustainable Future”
The conference will take place in Paris, France, at Universit Paris Descartes from 26 – 29 June 2017.
Find out more at the EASSW webpage here.
Under the theme “Challenges in social work research conflicts, barriers and possibilities in relation to social work” the seventh European Conference for Social Work Research of ESWRA – European Social Work Research Association (ESWRA) takes place at Aalborg University, Denmark, from 19 – 21 April 2017.
Further information on the conference can be found on the conference webpage at: www.ecswr2017.dk
The SocNet98 coordinators’ meeting 2016 took place in Leuven from 16 – 18 November 2016.
Big thanks to our wonderful hosts, UCLL Leuven Limburg, School of Social Work, and especially to Raf, Griet and Bram for organising this meeting.
In almost two weeks from now, a few hundreds of persons will be heading to Jena, Porsgrunn, Bremen and Lillebaelt !
Finish preparing the last details and then… Have a safe trip !
The Socnet 98 Coordinators
Message for the participants to one of the 4 IUWs coming soon…
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The main theme is: “Highlights and new developments in European Social Work”. Please find the leaflet with more information on the event, and the preliminary programme details:
Preliminary programme Master Exchange 2015 and Leaflet Master Exchange 2015
You can already apply through this link: Application form
Resilience, realising one’s own potential, self-reliance, these are some of the concepts behind this semester which are sure to appeal to students of psychology and social work. The capability approach has grown out in the last 20 years into a new paradigm that is relevant to social scientists. For psychologists and social workers it has been used in helping clients to (re) connect with the labour market (employability) and thus social inclusion.
Students will get a hands-on learning experience in ways to help clients be empowered to navigate the pathway (back) to greater inclusion, whether this means finding employment or participating in society in non-salaried activities.
More information here : Capability Approach A5 17_2_2015