Seminar 2018 - Closing words

Thank all participants for contributions, time and efforts.

Revisit and conclude our seminar – “Ethical Dilemmas in Socio-Educational Care Work”

Closing words – please download here

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 2018

FESET Seminar 2018

SARAH BANKS
Professor Sarah Banks, Durham University, UK
JAN JAAP ROTHUIZEN, PH.D.
Associate professor
EMMANUEL RENARD
Educateur spécialisé et philosophe.

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VISIT AARHUS

Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark. A vibrant mix of youthful energy and a blast from the past makes Aarhus a city with an energetic beat of the pulse.

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http://www.visitaarhus.com/ln-int/denmark/tourist-in-aarhus

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Partnerships

ITN

FESET  is member of the ITN consortium ‘Living Away from Home’ conducted by Claire Cameron and Michel Vandenbroeck , as a Level 2 Associate partner. FESET is involved in dedicated network activities and is a member of the Supervisory Board for the Network.

FESET is able to offer in this frame :

  1. A secondment of up to 3 months with the primary purpose to assist the scientific committee in preparation for the annual conference and seminar which takes place in April (year)
  2. Possibilities to publish articles arising from Network research in the association’s  European Journal of Social Education
  3. A wide network of more than a hundred Universities and University Colleges all over Europe through which researchers may forge employment and knowledge exchange possibilities
  4. Advice to the Supervisory Board on the research training priorities of employers and professional education in the field of socio-educational care work

AIEJI

The purpose of AIEJI is to emphasize and promote the philosophy of social education and its uniqueness in being actively involved in partnership with clients, working with them, not only individually but in groups, families, communities and the social environments towards the development of their strengths and in resolving personal, social, and community difficulties.

EASSW

European Association of Schools of Social Work

EASSW brings together over 300 different schools, universities and tertiary education institutions supporting social work education.  EASSW:

  • promotes the development of social work education throughout Europe
  • develops standards to enhance quality of social work education
  • encourages international exchange
  • provides forums for sharing social work research and scholarship.

 

ENSACT 2018 Submissions

ENSACT Observatory 2018 – submissions –  Promoting Sustainable Communities & Sustainable Development.< ...

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