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European conference on outreach work 2014

How do outreach workers understand, meet and engage with various groups of marginalized youths and work with the consequences of poverty? What are the most efficient methods to prevent school drop-out, to work with young adults with mental health issues, how to promote re-integration into society? A special focus will be given how new patterns of mobility and immobility will shape new possibilities and challenges for young people in the margin of society. These are the main questions that will be explored and discussed throughout the conference.

Opening of the Conference / His Royal Highness The Crown Prince


Opening of the Conference 
/ Bent Høie, Minister of Health and Care Services


Opening of the Conference
/ Stian Berger Røsland, The Governing Mayor of Oslo

Opening of the Conference 

/ Thomas Kattau, Principal Administrator, Pompidou Group, Council of Europe

Social work with young people in a changing Europe
/ Walter Lorenz, Professor of school of social work, university of Bolzano, Italy

Outreach and detached youth: tools for participation or forms of democracy in their own right? 
/ Graeme Tiffany, Independent consultant, United Kingdom

Outreach work as a process and method to combat structural violence
/ Hans-Erik Rasmussen, Independent consultant, Denmark

Outreach social work in Hong Kong: To what extent is it a kind of confessional control in policing young people’s problem behaviour?
/ Cherry Hau-lin TAM, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 

Street work management in changing times – challenges and good practice
/ Else Kristin Utne Berg, Independent consultant, Norway and Edwin de Boevé, Director de Dynamo International 

 Youth riots; political activism or violent disorder? What are their causes and how should outreach workers respond to them?
/Outreach workers from affected countries meet in this workshop to discuss these matters. / Facilitated by Björn Andersson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Workshop 4B)
Distribution of poverty amongst children and youth in suburban neighbourhoods - What are the strategies and tools to fight child poverty?
/Francine Mestrum, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium / Stefan Weber, GangWay e.V. – Berlin, Germany and Jo Smith, Leeds Street-team

Inequality: The enemy between us
/ Kate Pickett , University of York, United Kingdom

Inequalities in young people’s transitions and the dilemmas of dealing with it in reflective practice and research
/ Axel Pohl, IRIS Tübingen, Germany

Being a migrant or being mobile; going beyond borders 
/ Asun Llena Berñe, Faculty of Pedagogy of the University of Barcelona, Spain

The Professionalization of the outreach worker. How to sharpen a competencies profile?
/Joana Marques APDES, Portugal

Outreach work in Europe seen from the other side. Comparisons of the development in Europe and in Hong Kong 
/ Cherry Hau-lin TAM, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Considerations on the development of outreach work as a professional social work discipline. What are the future needs for professional development of the field? 
/ Walter Lorenz, Professor of school of social work, University of  Bolzano, Italy


The need for further research in this field – what kind of research would benefit the development of outreach work with young people? 
/ Axel Pohl, IRIS Tübingen, Germany    Redaktør: Beate Steinkjer

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