Social Work and Political Conflict: Implications for Social Work Practice and Education

  • Duffy, J. (Organiser)
  • Jim Campbell (Organiser)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

Description

This intensive seminar is one of three focusing on the relationships between social work and political conflict in Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Bosnia Herzegovina, funded by the European Association of Schools of Social Work. It seeks to explore emergent themes from the literature 'International Perspectives on Social Work and Political Conflict' Edited by Prof Joe Duffy, Prof Jim Campbell and Prof Carol Tosone and published by Routledge, which reveals the impact of political conflict on victims and survivors, social work practice and social work education. The seminar will include contributions by social work academics from each of the three case studies, as well as presentations by professionals, NGOs involved in working with victims and survivors in Northern Ireland.
Period15 Nov 202316 Nov 2023
Event typeConference
LocationBelfast, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational