Disaster social work:
Resilience and crisis management in the context of welfare states
27 May 2017 in Reykjavik
In May 24 – 27 a PhD course takes place in Reykjavik. On the 27th of May the course opens up for practitioners and stakeholders in order to create an opportunity for a dialog between the young researchers and practitioners.
Practitioners are invited to participate in a half day seminar on disaster social work at the University of Iceland where Professor Lena Dominelli, Durham University UK and Dr. Carole Adamson, the University of Auckland New Zealand will be among the lectures.
The lectures will address disaster social work, global injustice and threats to the environment as well as the work of social workers during disasters.
The seminar takes place at the University of Iceland, May 27th from 13-18.
Participation is free of charge.
Registration is closed
Please note that the number of placements is limited and the registration will close when 30 persons have registered.
For further information please write to: Professor Guðný Björk Eydal, Faculty of Social Work, University of Iceland firstname.lastname@example.org
The course and the seminar is funded by NORDRESS, The Icelandic Association of Social Workers and the Nordic Welfare Watch in Response to Crisis