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Human Rights, Inclusion and Social Justice - International Perspectives on Challenges of Social Work in a Globalised World

 
Gaby Franger, Rebekka Krauß, Claudia Lohrenscheit (Eds.)

Human Rights, Inclusion and Social Justice - International Perspectives on Challenges of Social Work in a Globalised World
Artikel Nr.: 908
ISBN: 978-3-86585-908-2
ISSN: 1864-5577
Seitenanzahl: 242

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Jürgen Krahl: Foreword
Susanne Gröne: Greeting
Gaby Franger, Claudia Lohrenscheit, Ester Muinjangue: International Perspectives on Challenges of Social Work in a Globalised World: Human Rights, Inclusion and Social Justice

Children's Rights:
Rebekka Krauß: Child Labour and the Convention on the Rights of the Child
Cristina Cardozo: Children’s Rights and Child Labour
José Luis Campo: Children and Armed Conflict in Colombia

Working with Refugees:
G. Ashok Gladston Xavier: Social Work with Refugees - Call for a Cause
G. Ashok Gladston Xavier: Higher Education of the Sri Lankan Refugees Living in the Camps of Tamil Nadu

Community Work:
Lucy Mirtha Ketterer Romero, Ana Elisa Arellano Obreque, Marcelo Carrasco Henríquez: Building a Community Social Work Model to Address Violence against Mapuche Women in the Araucanía Region of Chile
Eduardo Solis Alvarez, María Soledad Ascencio Cortés: Social Intervention based on the Recovery of Memory: Experiences of the Social Intervention and Inclusion Programme in Palomares and Nonguén, Concepción Commune, Chile
Mary Angeline Santhosam: Working with Tribals - Irular Women, a Glimpse of their Life

Inclusion:
Claudia Lohrenscheit: Unity in diversity: inclusion and protection against discrimination as fundamental pedagogical principles
Anna Sheliya, Marina Sokolova: Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities - Russian Perspectives
Gaby Franger: Stumble stones – Opportunities and barriers on the way to inclusive education
Karolin Netschiporenko: Self-determined Life: The Case of Your Own Home
Helmut Gensler: Bet you cannot write your name ten times

Human Rights, History, and Education:
Vivianne Hasse Riquelme, Marcela Muñoz Cuevas, Fernando Farías Olavarría: Systematization of the Travelling Exhibition Project of the Museum of Memory and Human Rights at the University of Bio-Bio, Concepción, 40 years on from the coup d’état in Chile
Fernando Farías Olavarría, Cristian Orellana Fonseca, Andrea Ávila Norambuena, Bruno Bivort Urrutia: Descriptive Study - Perception of Human Rights in Education in Gran Concepción

Human Rights Learning: Student’s Perspectives:
Kudzai-VimbisoTseriwa: Summer School Germany Log
Patricia Fernández Vicente: Why Social Work? Summer School Reflections
Anita Rex: A Dream in Me to Bring About a Positive Change
Rammya Ravi: Human Rights and the Right Human - An Experience
Kudzai-Vimbiso Tseriwa, Jocelin Macarena Carrasco, Karina Polanco Levicán, Kudakwashe Makoni, Karen Mella Martínez, Rammya Ravi, Vera Skruzny: Stories on Inclusion: What changed my attitude towards being more inclusive?
Anne Ammer: Cosmopolitan Cooking
Elisa Faatz, Emilia Mahnel, Josephin Moder: Visiting the Nation of muchachas Benposta - Children's Rights in Concrete Terms - Reports from an International Social Work Internship



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International Perspectives on Challenges of Social Work in a Globalised World: Human Rights, Inclusion and Social Justice is one of the main outcomes of a summer school at Coburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany, focusing on themes and issues surrounding Social Work as a Human Rights Profession. For two weeks, social work students and lecturers from Chile, Colombia, Germany, India, Namibia, Russia, and the United States of America participated in the summer school to learn and exchange about human rights in the past and present in their respective countries. The articles in this volume document and reflect on the contents and experiences of the summer school, as well as on research and practices of the partner universities, striving to understand, and further develop the fundamental links between social work and human rights.