CALL FOR ABSTRACTS EASSW UNAFORIS 2017 EUROPEAN CONFERENCE
The Scientific Committee warmly invites you to give your contribution to the 2nd EUROPEAN SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION CONFERENCE, by submitting abstracts (before the 15th of October) in French or in English within the following conference themes and formats. More information here.

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Social Work International Conference (SWIC) 2016 - Bucharest

25 July 2016

The Social Work Department of the University of Bucharest is pleased to invite submissions for presentations at the Social Work International Conference (SWIC) 2016 to be held in Bucharest on November 3-4.
Details about the conference are to be found here: https:...

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”On the move” – Gothenburg, Sweden: European Social Work Days of Solidarity with Refugees

25 June 2016

”On the move” – Gothenburg, Sweden: European Social Work Days of Solidarity with Refugees Migration stories from 14 different countries were told through a student poster exhibition in the historical centre of Gothenburg.
– We want to broaden the view on migration, says Gerda Heinma from Estonia, one of the students involved from the Master’s Programme Social Work and ...

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Follow-up Report on the Conference “Flight and Asylum – Refugees, Volunteers and Professionals in Dialogue” at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences

25 June 2016

Follow-up Report on the Conference “Flight and Asylum – Refugees, Volunteers and Professionals in Dialogue” at Esslingen University of Applied SciencesMore than 400 participants took part in the conference “Flight and Asylum – Refugees, Volunteers and Professionals in Dialogue” held on the Hilltop Campus at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences on 13. May 2016. Read more

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Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences: European Social Work Days of Solidarity with Refugees

25 June 2016

Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences: European Social Work Days of Solidarity with RefugeesAt various information events and action days, e.g. Diversity Day, lecturers and students have devel- oped active forms of support for refugees and presented different ways for becoming individually involved. Read more

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