Call for abstracts 2018

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

 

 

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Keynotes abstract

Seminar presentations 2016

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Tabin_FESET_2016
V_Wolff_2016

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Council of Europe

The Council of Europe and INGO’s.
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What is Feset

FESET (Formation d’Educateurs Sociaux Européens / European Social Educator Training) is a European association of training centres for socio-educational care work.

According to the statutes, the objectives of FESET are, whilst respecting the complete autonomy of the affiliated training centres:

  • to promote the education and training for socio-educational purposes,
  • to participate in programmes of different European bodies,
  • to ensure that the training centres be represented at the institutions of the European
    Union, the Council of Europe as well as other international organisations,
  • to encourage exchanges and understanding between training centres in the Member
    States of the EU, in the Member States of the Council of Europe and in other European
    States,
  • to promote terms of mutual recognition of diplomas.

ORGANISATION

The General Assembly of FESET consists of no more than three individuals from each member organisation, designated for this purpose.

The General Assembly elects from its members a Board consisting of no more than 15 members for a period of 2 years.

The number of representatives from any one country shall not exceed 2.

The Board shall ensure that the decisions and policies adopted by the General Assembly are executed.

The Board shall meet at least twice every year.

The Board elects for a period of two years from its members an Executive of 4 persons, which shall consist of :

  • 1 president
  • 1 vice-president
  • 1 secretary general
  • 1 treasurer

The Executive Committee co-ordinates the activities of the association and takes every opportunity to ensure that the Board’s decisions are carried out.

The Executive Committee sets out the work-programme, prepares the agenda for the Assemblies and ensures that the work is undertaken.

The Executive Committee shall meet at least three times every year.

Minutes from each meeting shall be prepared and signed by the president and the secretary général having been approved by the Executive.

ENSACT 2016 Report

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

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