Call for abstracts 2018

Ethical dilemmas in Socio-Educational Care Work: Challenges in a rapidly changing World. more

Keynotes abstract

Seminar presentations 2016

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V_Wolff_2016 more

Council of Europe

The Council of Europe and INGO’s.
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Any association or organisation in Europe which takes an interest in FESET’s activities and is implied in higher education for socio-educational care work can become an ordinary  member of FESET, as well as individuals who are at present or who have been employed at an education & training institution meeting the criteria mentioned in the statutes’ article 2, either as a teacher/tutor or as a head of institution or department (individual member). Organisations outside Europe can also join FESET as associated members.

Applications for membership shall be examined by the Board, which shall decide provisionally on it until the next General Assembly at which a decision will be made about definitive membership.

Associated and individuals members receive all information addressed to the ordinary members and are invited to participate in FESET’s activities. They do not have the right to vote at General Assemblies.


ENSACT 2016 Report

The 2016  report is built on European examples of projects on how social work can promote the ... more