Workshops & Presentations

AuthorsTitleTypeCountryAuditorium
Monday 29th of May - Session 1 - From 13:15 to 14:15
Guðrún Þorgerður Ágústsdóttir & Jóna Guðný EyjólfsdóttirHomelessness in Small Countries, Development of Services and Future VisionPresentationIcelandBjörtuloft
Maria SwanThe Right to a Home: Does the housing First Model work during a Housing Crisis?PresentationIrelandBjörtuloft
Birthe PovlsenHousing First Europe – a way to end or reduce homelessness in European countriesPresentationDenmarkBjörtuloft
Camilla Steen Christensen, Eva Barfred Jacobsen, Katrine Bergstrøm Misser & John Steen JohansenProject CYRAC – Children and Youth as Researchers and Agents of Change in a Local CommunityPresentationDenmarkHáaloft
Olja Družić Ljubotina, Marijana Kletečki Radović & Marijana MajdakStigmatization of children who live in terms of poverty: can it be different?PresentationCroatiaHáaloft
Guðný Björk Eydal, Carin Björngren Cuadra, Lis Klovning Hansen Montes de Oca, Ingibjörg Lilja Ómarsdóttir & Merja RapeliDisaster Social Work in the Nordic Countries: Sustainability and Social CapitalWorkshopIcelandKaldalón
Brian Littlechild“Co-production: A key element of ethical and effective approaches to social work with service users, carers, and staff in social work practice and policy- a critically evaluative account of the current discourse, with examples from research, policy, and educational developments”WorkshopUnited KingdomRíma A
Susan SylvestHow to communicate with your citizen in a digitalized worldWorkshopDenmarkRíma B
Anne Marie Villumsen, Camilla Brath & Lotte JunkerDignifying families at risk: How a change in caseworker approach changes user perspective, agency and perception of selfWorkshopDenmarkStemma 1
Collin den BraberProfessional agency of Social Workers in times of austerityWorkshopNetherlandsStemma 2
Hrefna ÓlafsdóttirPrevention and Mental HealthWorkshopIcelandVísa 3
Hlín SæþórsdóttirMigration and Human Trafficking: Practical Applications for Social WorkWorkshopIcelandVísa 4
Monday 29th of May - Session 2 - From 14:30 to 15:30
Kjersti Grosvold & Håvard Aaslund“I am making my own recovery program” – combating marginalization through community workPresentationNorwayBjörtuloft
Axel Olaf Kern & Perpetua SchmidClient Oriented Marketing in Social Services - Example of Residential Addiction Rehab CentersPresentationGermanyBjörtuloft
Katariina KohonenSocial work and digital innovations: a self-management program for financial troubles as an examplePresentationFinlandBjörtuloft
Guðbjörg Ottósdóttir, Edda Ólafsdóttir, Hilma Hólmfríður Sigurðardóttir & Hera Ósk EinarsdóttirSocial work and refugees in Iceland: Challenges and opportunitiesWorkshopIcelandHáaloft
Valerie O’BrienThe Intersection of been "Both a Sending and Receiving Country in Interlocutory Adoption": A Case Study exploring USA and Ireland historical and Current PracticesPresentationIrelandKaldalón
Erla Björg Sigurðardóttir & Elísabet KarlsdóttirParents on the Margin- Children’s HeritagePresentationIcelandKaldalón
Carol WassellChanging the way we think about kinship carePresentationScotlandKaldalón
Maggie Mellon & Catriona GrantParent Advocacy and Rights (PAR) - an account of an alliance between social workers and parents with lived experience of child protection and care processes to improve decisions and outcomes for children.WorkshopUnited KingdomRíma A
Roxane Caron« I agreed to speak to you in order to… » Ethical Reflections on Research in Refugee Camps PresentationCanadaRíma B
Caroline Lester« For me it was a relief, because it’s the first time I really talked about my experience from beginning to end »: Life stories of asylum seekers in MontrealPresentationCanadaRíma B
Myriam RichardWhen Research Gives (Back) A Voice to Refugees and Immigrants : Co-creating the « Immigrant Parents in Transition » Workshop programPresentationCanadaRíma B
Mark Humme & Anna Lena RademakerSocial practice of behaviour and activation. Critical thoughts about current marginalization in the school to work transitionWorkshopGermanyStemma 1
Laura KeisanenDigital Child ProtectionWorkshopFinlandStemma 2
Katrín Guðný Alfreðsdóttir, Selma Björk Hauksdóttir & Ísabella BjörnsdóttirSubstance misuse, policy planning and harm reduction in IcelandWorkshopIcelandVísa 3
Nehami BaumGender Sensitive Intervention to Improve Work with Fathers in Child Welfare ServicesPresentationIsraelVísa 4
Marijana Majdak, Štefica Karačić, Tanja Katkić StanićChildren of Imprisoned Parents: Croatian PerspectivePresentationCroatiaVísa 4
Monday 29th of May - Session 3 - From 16:00 to 17:00
Sigurveig H. Sigurðardóttir & Ingemar KåreholtInformal and Formal Care of Older People Living at Home in IcelandPresentationIcelandBjörtuloft
Vadim Moldovan"From privilege to pauperism: The plight of the elderly in the post-socialist realm"PresentationMoldovaBjörtuloft
HeeSoon Lee & Heejoo Gwen KimAnimated Documentary Films to Raise Awareness of Elder Abuse through the Interdisciplinary CollaborationPresentationUSABjörtuloft
Anna Gupta, Bridget Featherstone & Kate MorrisLet’s stop feeding the risk monster: towards a social model of ‘child protection’WorkshopUnited KingdomHáaloft
Cornelia NiehofStill a problem for persons with disabilities- a practical examplePresentationNetherlandsKaldalón
Andrea Trenkwalder-Egger“Rückenwind” Project – an example of gift–giving oriented social work PresentationAustriaKaldalón
Svanhildur Gudmundsdottir, Inger Johanne Solheim"Keep knocking on my door” The research circle – cooperation between NAV, young and unemployed service users, employers, volunteer centre and researchesPresentationNorwayKaldalón
Graca Maria AndréSocial Workers Education and Human Rights RealizationPresentationPortugalRíma A
Collin den Braber (NL) and Michel Tirions (BE)The Capability Approach and Human Rights in Social WorkPresentationNetherlandsRíma A
Anna Gärdegård and Ola JohnssonUnaccomponied minors in the NordicWorkshopSwedenRíma B
Birgitte Rasmussen & Anja Tina SchreiberViKaSku – We Can Do It!WorkshopDenmarkStemma 1
Susan MackeyThe Intersection of Immigration and Child WelfareWorkshopIrelandStemma 2
Henrik Egelund NielsenPreparedness Instruments for Social Workers for the implementation and impact of the new legislation on reductions of social benefits in DenmarkWorkshopDenmarkVísa 3
Alicia Rubio GimŽnezModelo de Intervención profesional con personas en situación en exclusión: especial referencia Síndrome de DiógenesPresentationSpainVísa 4
Ángeles Cruz Jabalera, Adela López BernabéuEl aprendizaje significativo y la creatividad como motor de cambio en el Trabajo SocialPresentationSpainVísa 4
Tuesday 30th of May - Session 1 - From 13:15 to 14:15
Halvor Fauske, Willy Lichtwarck, Bente Heggem Kojan, Graham CliffordSocial Work, Child Welfare and Social ClassWorkshopNorwayBjörtuloft
Maeve Foreman & Muireann Ní RaghallaighResponding to asylum seekers living on the margins of Irish society: The experiences of social work practitionersPresentationIrelandHáaloft
Sergej Augustin ErdeljaPresentation of a RAN (Radicalisation awareness network) and a role of a social work in a radicalisation casesPresentationCroatiaHáaloft
Jessica H. Jönsson & Sofie G KarlssonMigration, older refugees and social workPresentationSwedenHáaloft
IFSW Europe ExecutiveGlobal Agenda: How can Social Workers promote Sustainability?WorkshopIFSW EuropeKaldalón
Lena DominelliBeyond Marginality: The Exclusion of White Working Class Men from a Prosperous Europe, What Can/Should Social Workers Do?WorkshopUnited KingdomRíma A
Meredith C. F. Powers, Cathryne Schmitz & Daniel RhodesClimate Change: Compounding Factors of Marginalization in International MigrationWorkshopUSARíma B
Beena E Thomas, Karikalan, Katie Bello, Pandiaraja, Balaguru & Mathew MimiagaMobile phone based intervention for high-risk Indian MSM sex workers: Could this be an effective tool for improvements in communication towards sexual risk reduction?PresentationIndiaStemma
Līga Rasnača & Iveta DarznieceSex-offenders from the perspective of Criminal Justice Social WorkPresentationLatviaStemma
Eva FleischerThe Anti-Bias-Approach - a useful concept to deal with intersectionality in social workWorkshopAustriaVísa 3
Gisle HallanSocialwork in a family and network perspectiveWorkshopNorwayVísa 4
Tuesday 30th of May - Session 2 - From 14:30 to 15:30
Shirley Gatenio Gabel & Susan MappHuman Rights and Social Work: Do the Sustainable Development Goals show us the path?WorkshopUSABjörtuloft
Birgitte Zeeberg, Maja Haack & Annemette MatthiessenDoes specialization in social work imply an increased risk of marginalization for children, youth and families?PresentationDenmarkHáaloft
Paul RigbyImproving the Protection and Wellbeing of Children: International CollaborationPresentationUnited KingdomHáaloft
Andrew TownsendExploration of the Age Assessment Process used with Unaccompanied Minors: A Perspective from the United KingdomPresentationUnited KingdomHáaloft
Maria Malmgren, Sara MillbergSchool social work in Sweden: Enhancing professionalism, cooperation with social services and present research in school social workPresentationSwedenKaldalón
Edna Kapel-Green"It's a life saving turning point": Adolescent dropouts tell their story about Hoschen SchoolPresentationIsraelKaldalón
Mira AntonyanThe issue of professionalization of social work services in ArmeniaPresentationArmeniaKaldalón
Nigel Hall, Colleen Lundy & Ana RadulescuMarginalization and Social Work in a Changing Society WorkshopWorkshopUnited Kingdom, Romania, Canada &IFSW Human RightsRíma A
Jim Campbell, Joe Duffy and Carolyn EwartDealing with the legacy of political conflict: Researching the views of social workers in Northern IrelandWorkshopIrelandRíma B
Carole AdamsonCompanion animals and disasters: how best can social work organisations respond?PresentationNew ZealandStemma
Brian AuslanderThe Role of Social Workers Before and After Emergencies and DisastersPresentationIsraelStemma
Hervör Alma Árnadóttir & Anni HaugenPractice Research in a changing Society: Overcoming barriersWorkshopIcelandVísa 3
Ia ShekriladzeSocial Work in Mental Health: International Experience and Georgian RealityPresentationGeorgiaVísa 4
Ian JohnstonEmpowering Partnerships: Putting people with a rare disease ‘in the driving seat’ PresentationIFSW EuropeVísa 4
Tuesday 30th of May - Session 3 - From 16:00 to 17:00
Mira Antonyan, Aytakin Huseynli, Nino Shatberashvili &
Vadim Moldovan
Professionalization of Social Work in Post-Socialist Countries – Cases of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Moldova WorkshopGeorgia/Armenia/
Azerb./Moldova
Björtuloft
Jeanette Robertson & Jennifer MurphyInclusivity vs. Marginalisation: How Students with Disabilities Navigate the Practicum Experience in their Social Work EducationPresentationCanadaHáaloft
Gina Søndergaard Lydersen & Tilde Østergaard SørensenProject Experience SupervisorPresentationDenmarkHáaloft
Prof. Orit Nuttman-Shwartz & Sarit ShayThe effects of globalization and social changes on marginalized populations: Is a new social work curriculum for the 21st century needed?PresentationIsraelHáaloft
Marianne Rugkåsa and Signe Ylvisaker Cultural competence in social work. A constructive position or a contribution to othering and marginalization?PresentationNorwayKaldalón
Fernanda RodriguesSurvival strategies and/or futurescapes? – Social work in times of welfare restrictionsPresentationPortugalKaldalón
Özlem Cankurtaran, Hande AlbayrakInvisibility of Different Mothering Types In the Face of Mothering IdeologyPresentationTurkeyKaldalón
Laila Granli Aamodt, Sofie Normann, Brit Jørgensen
and Tone Eldøen"
Social Work in Light of Jane AddamsWorkshopNorwayRíma A
Gauci, D. Ryding, Foot, S. RydingTherapeutic groupwork skills responding to young people experiencing conflict in European communities of changeWorkshopUnited KingdomRíma B
Maria Napoli, Jamie Valderrama, Soffia PalsdottirMindfulness and Social Work Education. Practicing the Four-Step MAC Guide: From Stress to HomeostasisWorkshopUSAVísa 4
Catherine HughesTake Me HomeWorkshopNew ZealandVísa 3
Viktor VirágIndigenous Ainu peoplePresentationJapanStemma
Hozam Hardal, & Edith Blit-CohenFemale Palestinian Community Social Workers - Israeli Citizenship: Between The Personal and The PoliticalPresentationIsraelStemma
Margaretha UttjekPreventive and early measures to address violence against Sami women and childrenPresentationSwedenStemma