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Peacebuilding - Gender - Social Work - International Human Rights Dialogue: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Peace Congress

 
Gaby Franger, Claudia Lohrenscheit (Eds.)

Peacebuilding - Gender - Social Work - International Human Rights Dialogue: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Women’s Peace Congress
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ISBN: 978-3-86585-912-9
ISSN: 1864-5577
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 Inhaltsverzeichnis    Gaby Franger, Claudia Lohrenscheit: Peacebuilding - Gender - Social Work

“Herstory” - Current and Historical - Perspectives on Women and Peacebuilding
Ute Scheub: Women to the Peace Tables
Gaby Franger: Women’s Peace Movements and Pioneers of Social Work at the Dawn of World War I
Silvia Staub-Bernasconi: „Newer Ideals of Peace“ – How Jane Addams’ Critical Look at Peace Theories Shaped the Content of the International Congress in April 1915 in The Hague
Florina Xavier: Rising Above All Odds – The Stories of Ordinary Women with Extraordinary Lives

Theoretical Approaches to International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Social Work
André Keet: Rethinking the 'Social' in the Social Justice Mandate of Social Work in Post-Conflict Societies
Agnes Köver: Peacebuilding – Gender – Social Work: Re-Conceptualizing
Rights and Gender. Snapshots from a Grey-Zone Democracy
Ajanaw Alemie Desta: Analysis of the Situation of Humanitarian Aid in Ethiopia:
Implications for International Social Work Research and Practice

Education, Conflict Resolution and Refugee Empowerment
Anneline Keet: Violent Exposures and Youth Development in Post-Conflict South Africa: Influence on Social Work Practice
Vernor Muñoz: Human Rights Education Against Gender Violence
Sandra Joseph: Non-Violent Responses to Conflicts in India: Challenges
Confronting the Profession of Social Work
Nivedita Prasad, Theda Borde: Hull House Settlement – New Approaches to an Old Concept: Alice Salomon Hochschule, Berlin: Social Work with a Refugee Settlement in Berlin-Hellersdorf
Ashok Gladston: Enabling Refugees to Make Empowered Decisions
Claudia Lohrenscheit: How to Combat Racism against Refugees
Juan Blanco López, M. Ana Almirón, Alfonso Blázquez, Angela Fernández,
Maria del Carmen Maguilla, Silvia de La Herran: Flora Tristán University Residence: From Taking Part to Living Together, from Research to Change

Dealing with the Past - Creative Practices and Memorial Work
Jurgen Basstanie, Helena Jaakola: Strengthening Identity with the Tree of Life Method
in Post-Conflict Situations”
Beatriz Elena Arias López: Hand-Woven Narratives of Peasant Resistance: Three Questions about a Colombian Experience
Verena del Carmen Koch Santibáñez: Arpilleras – a Medium for Social Work Praxis?
Anita Hübner, Elena Husel: National Socialism and Resistance. Experiences from an International Youth Meeting at the Memorial Site of the Former Concentration Camp Flossenbürg
Simone Weiss: Humor as a Healing Process
Jon Van Til: Why Students Should Continue to Visit Hungary    



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This anthology collects the writings of international Social Work colleagues and friends who came together at the Coburg International Summer School and Conference on Peacebuilding, Gender and Social Work in May 2015, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first Women’s Peace Congress in The Hague, 1915. One hundred years ago, over a thousand women gathered in The Hague to protest against the atrocities of the First World War. Their demands remain as compelling as they were at the time in a world that today is getting incrementally less peaceful every year. Taking into account historical as well as current examples, the structure of this anthology follows the main topics of the Summer School.
In four chapters, “Herstory” – Current and Historical Perspectives on Women and Peacebuilding; Theoretical Approaches to International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Social Work; Education, Conflict Resolution and Refugee Empowerment and Dealing with the Past – Creative Practices and Memorial Work, the authors explore the manifold links between women’s movements and Social Work, ask for the role Social Workers might play in post-conflict and peacebuilding processes, document and analyze social work in fields like refugee rights, post-conflict and trauma work or human–rights-based sex education and show creative approaches in the context of peacebuilding.