Tobias Ruttert (DE) - Professional identity of social workers.
Steven Brandt (BE) - Blame the youth. The changing professional ideology of the new generation social workers.
Anna Godlewska-Zaorska (PL) - The professional identity of the occupational therapists-perspective of social professions
Session B (Room 2)
Adéla Recmanová (CZ) - Information and communication technologies in interventions of Czech social workers when dealing with vulnerable children and their families.
Lidia Bielinis (PL) - Facebook as a tool for enhancing social workers’ interactions and communication.
Lisa-Marie Kreß (DE) - The meaning of digital media for participation in a “transnational everyday life” of unaccompanied minor refugees – New Challenges for Social Work.
Opening of the Plenum Conference 2017
Prof. dr. Rudi Roose, TiSSA Executive Board and Chair of the international Steering Committee
Prof. dr. Ewa Kantowicz, Chair of the Local Organizing Committee.
Prof. Ryszard Górecki, Rector of the University of Warmia & Mazury in Olsztyn
Prof. dr. Slawomir Przybylinski, Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Warmia & Mazury in Olsztyn
Kortowo Folk Team
Session 1: Restructured societies (Old Boiler Auditorium)
Chair: Rúna í Baianstovu
Ingo Stamm, Tuuli Hirvilammi, Aila-Leena Matthies & Kati Närhi (FI) - Ecosocial innovations in Europe – new models for social work action?
Rúna í Baianstovu (SW) - Towards a theory of power and communication in social work.
Session 2: Dialogue & co-operation (Old Boiler Room 1)
Chair: Lucy Holland
Lucy Holland, Milena Heinsch & Mel Gray (AU) - Social work: an important facilitator of dialogue and cooperation in the evolution of holistic models of patient-centred care for young people with chronic illness.
Griet Verschelden (BE) - System _ D in Brussels: from giving voice to giving a stage for dialogue
Julija Eidukevičiūtė (LT) - Constructing diversity in social work with families: searching for practices to dialogue and involve clients in Lithuania
Session 3: Social work research & knowledge (Old Boiler Room 2)
Chair: Paula Sousa
Paula Sousa & José Luis Almeida (PT) - Education for cultural sensitivity and cultural competence in social work.
Tijs Van Steenberghe, Jessica De Maeyer, Didier Reynaert & Griet Roets (BE) - Challenges for social work in the co-creation of knowledge.
Cezary Kurkowski & Katarzyna Białobrzeska (PL) - Motives for undertaking studies in the field of social work – comparative analysis
Elżbieta Wołódźko (PL) - Action research in pedagogues’ professional education
Session 4: Symposium (Old Boiler Room 3)
Bart Van Bouchaute, Tim Vanhove, Reyhan Görgöz & Raf Debaene (BE) - “Getting back in by the backdoor": the inescapability of the deradicalisation pitfalls in policy and practise.
Chair: Anna Lena Rademaker
Anna Jarkiewicz & Joanna Leek (PL) - Supporting youth voice in decision making. Challenges and barriers of participatory approach as a method of work with pupils at risk.
Magdalena Zmysłowska & Małgorzata Ciczkowska-Giedziun (PL) - Developing the innovative model of child and family social work practice in Poland.
Anna Lena Rademaker (DE) - Youth welfare as a space for dialogue about agency, health and youth transition.
Session 2: Migration & cultural diversity (Old Boiler Room 1)
Chair: Colleta Dalikeni
Colletta Dalikeni (IR) - Child rearing practices: Cross-cultural perspectives of African asylum seeking families and child protection social workers in Ireland.
Isabelle Brantl & Yvette Völschow (DE) - Forced and Early Marriages in Europe as a challenge of globalisation? A 'harmful practice' and its practical consequences for social work in Europe.
Session 3: Professionalization & ethics (Old Boiler Room 2)
Chair: Steven Brandt
Steven Brandt, Rudi Roose & Griet Verschelden (BE) - A multi-layered repertoire: examining social workers’ professional ideologies in an eroded welfare state.
Irena Leliūgienė, Angele Kaušylienė & Angele Bajorienė (LT) - Realisation of ethics in the activity of a social worker
Teresa Alves (PT) - Social Work, social professions and gender
Session 4: Social health (Old Boiler Room 3)
Chair: Zoe Clark
Cristina Curtolo (IT) - Intolerance and the vulnerability to error: how to reinforce social health?
Daiva Bubeliene & Gediminas Merkys (LT) - Empirical research of the meaningful life in retirement home
Zoe Clark (DE) - No excuses - punishment and care-relations in residential care in Germany.
The European Association of Education and Progress “PIONIER” (l. Warmińska 14/2, Olsztyn)
ESER ‘PIONIER’ was founded November 29, 2006. Currently, the association employs ten people and work with a group of about 100 volunteers who are students of the University of Warmia - Mazury in Olsztyn. The organisation is primarily the implementation of projects, which primary purpose is non- formal education, improving social skills, community mobilization, intercultural dialogue. They are also connecting youth and non-profit generation in the field of social media.
The main objectives of the NGO are: (i) to propagate the idea of education and social skills amongst young people, (ii) to initiate meeting of young people from all around the world, (iii) to react and help to eliminate problems concerning children and young people, (iv) to support social initiatives aiming at development and non-formal education and (v) to combine partners for mutual undertakings.
Community Self-Help Housing “Dworek” (Królowej Jadwigi 4 street, Olsztyn)
Community Self-Help Housing “Dworek” is a day stay facility, designed for people with mental disorders. Their goal is to create suitable rehabilitation conditions and a friendly atmosphere for skills development in the workshops such as cooking, plastic arts, computer, technical, handicraft, motorial improvement and world experience. They provide assistance in solving daily life problems by trainings preparing for independent living, work and self-care. They teach classes of social therapy and memory training, arrange common excursions, visits to the cinema, theatre and exhibition, walking.
Social Cooperation HuManus (M. Kotanski 1 street, Olsztyn)
Social Cooperation HuManus was founded in 2014 on the initiative of the Federation of Social Organizations of Warmia and Mazury Moat and Food Bank in Olsztyn. The idea of the Cooperation and the main range of activities based on the creative production and process of everyday objects and activities giving them a new and unique shape and purpose. The employees of the Cooperation work mainly in the sectors such as wood, glass, metal; paint, Sculpture making, and drawing the posters for different events the headquarters of the Cooperative Street. M. Kotański 1, there is a workshop, studio, and art gallery, where you can have a cup of coffee, and make plans for you and as well other daily activities under the guidance of qualified artists who have rich experience in the field of art, furniture, decoration items, etc. and they have to perform everyday activities in such sector.
Residential House for the Elderly -„Home on the Valley” (ul. Różnowo 70A | 11-001 | Dywity)
The Dom Opieki i Dom Pomocy Społecznej - "Dom Nad Doliną" centre is an organisation for seniors who want to spend the last years of their life in a nice atmosphere. It offers all kinds of special care and medical treatment as well as various possibilities for social activities. The centre also provides elderly with medical interventions for short periods of hospitalization and care. The elderly can live in single, double apartments or three person’s apartments with all needed house facilities and bathroom. „Home on the Valley” has got its own training hall, rehabilitation rooms, kitchen services and a dining room. Thanks to high qualified personnel, it offers good professional care, therapy and activation.
Session 1: Social work & education (Old Boiler Auditorium)
Chair: Amit Zriker
Amit Zriker & Anat Freund (IL) - Negotiating with faith: Professional preferences of Haredi and secular social work students.
Anna Książak-Gregorczyk (PL) - The space in the school everyday life, everyday life in the school space.
Anika Duveneck (DE) - Youth work and local education: second generation potentials.
Session 2: Poverty & oppression (Old Boiler Room 1)
Chair: Katrien Boone
Katrien Boone, Griet Roets & Rudi Roose (BE) - Complexities in working towards critical consciousness when combatting poverty on a par with people in poverty.
Nicolas Jacquet, Dorien Van Haute, Griet Roets & Laurent Nisen (BE) - Theorising constructions of employability and processes of social disqualification towards children and parents in poverty situations: An exploration of the work of Robert Castel and Serge Paugam.
Monika Grochalska (PL) - Invisible oppression: the hidden aspects of intimate relationships as the issue of social work. Polish problems, Swedish solutions.
Session 3: Conceptualisations (Old Boiler Room 2)
Chair: Trond Heitmann
Klára Ganobjáková (CZ) - The concept of home in perspective of sociology and social work.
Trond Heitmann (NO) - Moralities of citizenship in social assistance- a Brazilian dilemma.
Laura Van Beveren, Kris Rutten & Griet Roets (BE) - The new forest: the relationship between social work and socially engaged art practice revisited.
Carina Fischer (DE) - Interorganizational collaborations – space for understanding or practices of differentiation?
Session 4: Psycho-social work (Old Boiler Room 3)
Chair: Tetiana Syla
Yvette Völschow, Michaela Weihe & Melanie Schorsch (DE) - Cooperation between social work and police in the context of sex trafficking.
Tetiana Syla (UA) - Psychosocial support to ex-combatants and their family members: reflections upon Ukrainian practices.
Kristina Urbanc, Branka Sladović Franz & Vanja Branica (CR) - Resources and challenges of family mediation in Croatia.