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A1) Religion and spirituality in assessment

Prof. Dr. Sara Ashencaen Crabtree / Prof. Dr. Jonathan Parker (Bournemouth University): The place of religion and spirituality in social work assessment: sociological reflections and practical implications (Tuesday, 21st, 10-12:30)

This round table discussion will consist of a subject introduction of 10 minutes followed by country reflections from participating academics and 20 minutes of open debate with all attendees. The introduction will locate the increasing importance of spirituality in social work and in social work assessment and identify social work’s religious roots, especially within European traditions, and continuing influence. It will pose some questions for our fluid, late modern society. Short country reflections will present practice and ideas from participating countries on these questions. A short summary will be presented which can form the basis for open debate.