23rd SocNet98 IUW "Child and Youth Welfare and Child Protection - Contemporary Challenges and Developments"


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Lecturers at the IUW 2021 in Bremen


In 2021, the IUW in Bremen will include workshop contributions from (alphabetical order):

1. Michael Delorette (University of Applied Sciences St. Pölten, Austria): Family Group Conference as Innovative Method.

2. Doutsen Dijkstra (Hanzehogeschool Groningen, the Netherlands)Parental Support. Shifting the Focus on the Parents.

3. Prof. Dr. Nicole Harth (Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena, Germany)Understanding Emotion in Social Work.

4. Prof. Dr. Annette Harth (Hochschule Bremen, Germany)/Annika Koehler-Siefken (LidiceHaus Bremen, Germany)Participation in Child and Youth Work - Experiencing and Learning Democracy.

5. Prof. Dr. Michael Herschelmann (Hochschule Emden-Leer, Germany)Comparing Child Protection in Europe using a Case Example. 

6. Susan L. Ketner, PhD (Hanzehogeschool Groningen, the Netherlands)International Perspectives on Child Abuse and Neglect. 

7. Stefan Kleipoedszus (Bournemouth University, England): Decission-making in social work and child and youth welfare.

8. Bart Loonbeek +  four students (UCLL - University College Leuven-Limburg, Belgium): Growing Up with Grief

9Bart Loonbeek + three students (UCLL - University College Leuven-Limburg, Belgium): The Traumatic Impact of Child Abuse

10. Dr. Elisa Matutini (Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Italy): Environmental Social Work with Families and Minors: Reflections from Different Case Studies.

11. Prof. Dr. Kristin Mitte (Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule Jena, Germany): Psychological Aspects of Child Sexual Abuse: Consequences for Social Work.

12. Dr. Andrea Nagy (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano): Occupational Aspiration of Care Leavers and their Pathways to Autonomy.

13. Prof. Dr. Gabriele Schäfer (Hochschule Bremen, Germany): Using Creative Therapeutic Interventions in Social Work Practice with Young People.

14. Prof. Dr. Christian Spatscheck (Hochschule Bremen, Germany)Social Pedagogy as Conceptual Approach for Child and Youth Welfare.

15. Charlotte Sweet / Franz Schiermayr (University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Linz, Austria):  Signs of whose Safety? On the Limits and Limitations of Manualised Approaches.

16. Iris Tilkin + students (PXL Hogeschool Limburg, Hasselt, Belgium)Discovering the Complex Network of a Foster Child.

17. Dr. Peter Yates (Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland): Abuse at the Heart of the Family: The Challenges and Complexities of Sibling Sexual Abuse.



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