Welcome

to the 17th SocNet 98 International University Week:
“Methods and Methodology of Social Work – Reflecting Profesional Interventions”

Hochschule Bremen’s School of Social Work hosts one of the four 17th SocNet98 IUWs during April 20rd – 23th 2015.

Prof. Dr. Christian Spatscheck - Initiator of the IUW 2011 in Bremen

Prof. Dr. Christian Spatscheck- Initiator of the IUW in Bremen

Please join the IUW Bremen 2015 Facebook Group

The organizing team kindly invites social work students from all European countries as well as university lecturers to participate in this international program. We especially call for a participation of universities from the SocNet98 network but also would like to encourage students, researchers, lecturers and social workers from other backgrounds to be part of this week.

The IUW 2015 in Bremen will focus on the different aspects of social work’s methods as well as social work methodology. As a discipline and profession it can build on a big variety of methods and techniques for its interventions. And the broader frameworks of social work methodology guide social workers through the process of developing and creating interventions with different stakeholders. They are oriented along the professional basis and ethical understanding of social work.

From an international perspective it is highly relevant to share, discuss and compare the different approaches, experiences, theories and research results about social work’s manifold methods and methodology. This should enable exchanges about the variety of approaches as well as to enlarge knowledge about bringing theory into practice in different settings and welfare contexts. This IUW aims to provide a broad forum for the full variety of methods and methodologies and invites contributions from the different participant’s backgrounds.

The IUW 2015 in Bremen will include workshops, field-related excursions as well as social activities and offers a chance to visit Bremen and the north-west of Germany. Currently we calculate to invite about 50 visiting and 50 local students as well as about 15 lecturers.

Program highlights will include:

  • A welcome café for the students and lecturers that arrive already on Sunday evening
  • A workshop program with a choice of two different workshops out of about 10-12 offers (lecturers from participating universities)
  • Excursions to local social work organisations
  • An organised excursion trip to local highlights of Bremen
  • Time to spend in the city of Bremen
  • Parties and cultural program
  • Good Food, nice People, enough time to meet each other

We are looking forward to meet you in Bremen.

Prof. Dr. Christian Spatscheck and the local organising team
International Coordinator, School of Social Work, HS Bremen

The IUWs are since 1998 organized within: SocNet98 – European Network of Universities/Schools of Social Work

 

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Our Guests 2015

Already confirmed guests include lecturers and students from: – Bournemouth University, UK – University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, CZ – Hanzehogeschool Groningen, NL – PXL University of Applied Sciences, Hasselt, BE – HUMAK University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, FI – Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences , Linz, AT – University of Málaga, ES …

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