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Title [sv]
Socialt arbete med unga utsatta grupper
Title [en]
Social professions for supporting youth in a European solidarity context
Abstract [sv]

Projektbeskrivning

Det aktuella projektet fokuserar på utveckling av didaktik och högskolepedagogik för framtida professionella grupper inom det sociala arbetsfältet i deras beredskap att arbeta med positiv ungdomsförändring och sociala interventioner för att stärka positiva resurser för utveckling, utbildning och förändringsarbete hos ungdomar i risksituationer. Arbetet bedrivs i internationellt samarbete mellan fem Europeiska universitet.

Ett samarbete med: Bialystok University - Poland (koordinerande universitet); Klaipeda University - Litauen; Latvijas Kristiga Academy - Lettland; Waszawa University - Poland

Abstract [en]

Project description

Young people are facing challenges driven by globalisation, technological developments, unemployment and societal crisis. This project focuses on the development of didactics and higher education pedagogy for future professional groups in the social field practices.

This project aims to build up student's readiness to work with positive youth development and innovative social interventions to strengthen positive resources for growth, education and change work among young people in risk situations. The work is conducted in international cooperation between five European universities.

In collaboration with: Bialystok University - Poland (Coordinating University); Klaipeda University - Lithuania; Latvijas Kristiga Academy - Latvia; Waszawa University - Poland

Co-InvestigatorJakobsson, Anders
Co-InvestigatorLill, Linda
Funder
Period
2019-09-01 - 2022-12-30
Keywords [sv]
didaktik, ungdomar
Keywords [en]
Disciplinary literacy and inclusive teaching, didactics
National Category
Social Work
Identifiers
DiVA, id: project:3030

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