The Organizing Committee



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The Organizing Committee:

Prof. dr hab. Julian Auleytner, President of the Polish Association of Social Policy • Elżbieta Bronakowska, President of the Association of Self-Govern Centres of Social Assistance “Forum” • Prof. Dr. Krzysztof Frysztacki, Jagiellonian University, Cracow • Maryla Jarzęcka, President of the Polish Association of Social Workers • Dr. hab. Jerzy Krzyszkowski, University of Łodź • Prof. dr. hab. Ewa Marynowicz-Hetka, President of the Polish Association of Schools of Social Work • Prof. dr. hab. Anna Michalska, University of Poznań • Prof. dr hab. Piotr Salustowicz, Chairman of the Organizing Committee, SWSP- Warsaw/UAS-Bielefeld • Fred Stafleu, Treasurer of the European Branch ICSD, Netherlands • Prof. dr hab Jan Strelau, Vice-President of the Polish Academy of Science, Vice-Rector of the Warsaw School of Social Psychology • PhD.Nada Stropnik, Secretary of the European Branch ICSD, Ljubljana, Slovenia • Prof. dr hab. Jacek Wasilewski, Director of the Institute of Sociology, SWSP, Warsaw • Krzysztof Więckiewicz, Head of Dept. Ministry of Labour and Social Policy • Prof. dr. hab. Kazimiera Wódz, Head of Dept. Social Work, University Silesia,


Program
The 10 Biennial ICSD European Conference

At the Warsaw School of Social Psychology (Szkoła Wyższa Psychologii Społecznej)

Social policy and social work - Action and interaction in the context of social development
Warsaw. 28.06.2006 – 1.07.2006



29.06.06 Thursday

Plenary Session













9.00 – 13.00

Check-in




10.00 - 10.45

Welcome

Prof. dr hab. Andrzej Eliasz, Rector of the Warsaw School of Social Psychology (SWPS)
Roar Sundby, PhD,

President of the European Branch, ICSD


Frank B. Raymond III, PhD,

President of the ICSD




10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break




11.15 - 12.00

Keynote-Speech

Prof. dr hab. Stanisława Golinowska, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Director of the Institute of Public Health.

Chair: Prof. dr hab. Piotr Sałustowicz, Head of the Social Work Program, the Warsaw School of Social Psychology



12.00 - 12.30

Discussion













13.00 - 14.00

Lunch













14.30 - 16.30

Workshops

Subjects:

Workshop No.1:

Welfare state regimes and their impact on social work in EU



1. Peter Szynka, Diakonisches Werk, Germany

2.Charles Guzzetta, Hunter College School of Social Work, USA


3. Peter Erath, Catholic University of Eichstaett-Inglostadt, Germany

4.Irina Grigoryeva, Department of Theory and Practice of Social Work, Faculty of Sociology, St. Petersburg University, Russia



1. „De Subventione Pauperum”, Juan Vives (1492-1540) and his European Impact.
2. Missionaries as Social Developments Pioneers

3. Social work – dependent and autonomous partner of social policy , A German/European Perspective


4. Social Policy and the Elderly People in Russia: Calls and Opportunities










Workshop No.2:

Local social policies in times of decentralization



1. Jerzy Krzyszkowski, Lodz University, Poland

2.Bengt Jacobsson, Centre for Cultural Studies, Göterborg University, / Marie Carlson, Dep. of Sociology, Göterborg University, Sweden


3. Mary Ellen McCann, School of Applied Social Science, University College Dublin, Ireland

4. Päivi Turunen, Dala University, Sweden



1. Social policy and social services at local level, The case of home care services
2. Co-operation in policy and practice Refugee introduction in two Swedish municipalities

3. Community Development and Drugs Work in Dublin


4. Community Care in times of Decentralization - A Perspective of Dalarna in Sweden"














Workshop No.3:

Families in social policy and social work



1.Nada Stropnik, Institute for Economic Research,Ljubljana,Slovenia
2. Katrin Bailly, University of Warwick, UK

3. Andreas Motel-Klingebiel, The German Centre of Gerontology, Berlin, Germany


4. Ann Buchanan, The Centre for Research into Parenting and Children, University Oxford, UK

1. Families in Social Policy: Opinions on the Government’s Role
2. Parents as Partners? Parents in social services policy and practice in England
3. Help and Care for Older People between Families and Welfare States in an International Perspective: Lessons for European debates from German and Japanese experiences
4. Changing families, changing societies, globalisation. How can we better support families and children at this time of transition?










16.30 - 17.00

Coffee Break













17.00 - 19.00

Workshops

Subjects:

Workshop No.2:

Local social policies in times of decentralization



1. Jan Petersson, Social Work and Social Policy, University of Kalmar, Sweden
2. Natalija Avramovic, Faculty of Political Sciences,University of Belgrad, Serbia and Montenegro

3. Subhabrata Dutta, Dept. of Social Work, Assam University , India

4. Golam M. Mathbor, Dept. of Social Work, Monmouth University, New Jersey, USA


1. The impact of decentralisation and delegation

2. Decentralization of Social Protection System in Serbia


3. Democratic Decentralization and Community Development in India: Strategies for Social Work Intervention


4. Building Sustainable Partnership in Empowering Local People in Community Development Projects










Workshop No.3:

Families in social policy and social work



1. Nijole Veckiene, Dept. of Social Work, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania Julija Eidukeviciute, Vytautas Magnus University,
2. Mark Rodgers/Elizabeth Peffer Talbot, Graduate School of Social Work, Dominican University, USA

3.Bjørn Øystein Angel, Agder University College, Norway


4. Carina Siefken, University of Göttingen, Germany

1. Family social work in transformation process

2. Human Trafficking Prevention. Networking, Training and Learning: An International Collaboration and Lessons Learned


3. New methods in child welfare – a challenge for social work
4. Absent Fathers – More Cash than Care?. Post-separated Fathering within Different Social Models. Germany and Sweden in Comparative Perspective










Workshop No.5:

Teaching social work and social policy




1. Kenneth Forslund, Linköping University, Sweden.

2. Arno Heimgartner , University Graz, Austria

3. Karmen Lai, Tallinn University, Dept. of Social Work, Estonia


1. Meta cognitive structures in teaching and training for professional competence
2. The range of social work and its development in paradigms and education
3. Academic social work education in the changing political and economical context: The new and emergent reality










30.06.06 Friday

Plenary Session

Subjects:










9. 00 - 9.30

Keynote-Speech

Prof. Dr. Michael Opielka

University of Applied Sciences Jena/Germany
Chair: Prof. Dr. Nijole Veckiene, Head of the Dept. of Social Work, Vytautas Magnus University Lithuania

Welfare Regime and Social Services.

Contextualising and transcending liberal approaches


9. 30 - 10.00

Discussion













10.00 - 10.30

Coffee Break













10.30 - 12.30

Workshops

Subjects:

Workshop No.1:

Welfare state regimes and their impact on social work in EU



1. Chathapuram, Ramanathan, Human Service Enterprise, USA, Rosemary Link, Dept.of Social Work. Augsburg College, USA

2. Roar Sundby, Dep. Of Social Education and Social Work,Sør-Trøndelga University College, Norway


3. Indre Gaydosikiene, Lithuania
4. Prof. Dr. Ulrich Otto, Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet Jena

1. Translating global awareness into action: Implications for a Social Development Practice Model

2. On the perception of Disaster, relief organisations and social work

3. Understanding People in Poverty: A Study of Cultural Consensus among Social Workers and General Population Members in Lithuania
4. Cultivating the strengths of "weak professions" - new challenges and chances in the helpless enabling state,











Workshop No.2:

Local social policies in times of decentralization



1. Liljana Rihter, Faculty of Social Work, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

2. Prof. Kazimiera Wódz, dr Andrzej Niesporek, University of Silesia, Poland

3. C. David Hollister, School of Social Work, University of Minnesota, USA

4. Dong-Ho Jang, Graduate School of Social Sciences, University Bremen, Germany



1. Social Policy of Social Inclusion: What is needed to increase the employability of the most vulnerable categories of people in Slovenia?
2. Polish organised Civil Society. NGO in community work. Toward the new social work challenges.
3. An Exploratory Study of the Impacts of Welfare Reform on the Wellbeing of Families and Children in the USA
4. Decreasing Local Population and Increasing Local Welfare Expenditure?: A Longitudinal Analysis on Local Governments in Denmark and Korea from 1995 to 2004










Workshop No.3:

Families in social policy and social work



1. Mirosława Gawęcka, Saint Cross Academy, Poland
2.Knut Magne Sten, Sør-Trøndelag University College/Bernt Barstad,University Hospital, Bjørg Neset, University Hospital

4. Karmen Lai, Tallinn University, Dept. of Social Work, Estonia



1. The victimology family within a social work area.
2. Group-Work with the intellectual disabled regarding sexual behaviour and parenthood.

4. Well-being of children and families in Estonia: needs and resources












Workshop No.5:

Teaching social work and social policy



1. Susanne Elsen, München/Germany, Isidor Wallimann, Basel, Switzerland

2. Jane Montague, Bardford College, UK


3. Piotr Salustowicz, SWPS/Warsaw, Poland/University of Applied Science, Bielefeld, Germany



1. The cooperative European Master course: Community Development and Local Economy
2. Travelling on an East-West social journey: some issues in transnational collaborative working
3.Construction of the key-roles in social work education – an example of social work BM course at the SWPS










13.00 - 14.00

Lunch













14.30 - 16.30

Workshops

Subjects:

Workshop No.3:

Families in social policy and social work



1. Siobhan E. Laird, Dept. of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield, UK
2. Esther Wattenberg, School of Social Work, Centre for Urban and Regional Affairs/University of Minnesota
3. Anne, Fidelus, Uniwersytet Kardynala Stefana Wyszynskiego, Warszawa, Poland

1. The Family in Social Policy and Social Work: A Collision with Ethnicity
2. The Contribution of Cultural Competence: Improving Cross-National Child Welfare Policy

3. Children of the street – similarities and differences according to the social and cultural factors












Workshop No.4:

Migration and labour market in EU – the response of states and society



1. Hans-Joachim von Kondratowitz, German Centre of Gerontology, Berlin, Germany
2. Sr. Lovely Jacob, Research Scholar, USA

3. Gedas Malinauskas, Lapland University, Finland/Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania



1. Pattern of Irregular Work in Care – the actual development and experiences between Germany and Poland
2. Causes and consequences of labour migration and the role of the government
3. Part migration in Lithuania: what happening with social capital – family?










Workshop No.5:

Teaching social work and social policy



1. Ewa Kantowicz, University of Social Pedagogy, Olsztyn, Poland

2. Suzanne Quin, School of Applied Science, University College Dublin, Ireland


3. Kameri Christy-McMullin/Tesse Graham Livingston, School of Social Work, University of Arkansas, USA

1. Challenges in Social Work Education in the Context of New Standards in Social Child Care System in Poland
2. An Innovative Approach to Teaching Group work in Social Work Education

3. Teaching social work and social policy












16.30 - 17.00

Coffee Break













17.00 - 18.00

General Meeting of the Regional Assembly

of the European Branch of ICSD















19.30 - open end

banquet













1.07.06 Saturday

Plenary Session

Subjects:










10.00 - 10.30

Keynote-Speech

Prof. Jolanta Supińska

Warsaw University,Chief- Editor of the Journal: Problems of Social Policy

Chair: Nada Stropnik, PhD, Institute for Economic Research,Ljubljana,Slovenia


Economic policy, social policy and social work



10.30 - 11.00

Discussion




11.00 - 11.30

Coffee Break




11.30 - 12.00

Plenary closing

Roar Sundby, PhD,

President of the European Branch, ICSD

Prof. Piotr Sałustowicz, Chairman of the Organizing Committee,






12.30 - 13.30

Lunch




14.00 -

City sightseeing





Co-organizers:

The European Branch of the ICSD

The Warsaw School of Social Psychology (Szkoła Wyższa Psychologii Społecznej)

Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (Ministerstwo Pracy i Polityki Społecznej)

The Polish Association of Schools of Social Work (Polskie Towarzystwo Szkół Pracy Socjalnej)

The Polish Association of Social Workers (Polskie Towarzystwo Pracowników Socjalnych)

The Association of Self-Govern Centres of Social Assistance “Forum” (Stowarzyszenie Samorządowych Ośrodków Pomocy Społecznej “Forum”)
http://www.swps.edu.pl/new_www/icsd/
Address:

Wyższa Szkoła Psychologii Społecznej,

03 – 815 Warszawa,

Ul. Chodakowska 19/31

Prof. dr hab. Piotr Sałustowicz
Note:

The School has introduced new courses in public health and social work in the last period. The both programs co-operate closely together and offer partly common courses.

The Education Program in Social Work combines grounding in sociology with practice experience, focusing on community development, social planning, social management and organization, research in social work. The mode of teaching includes lectures, workshops and seminars and practice placement.

The Head of the Public Health Program is Prof. Anna Brzezińska.



The Head of the Social Work Program is Prof. Piotr Sałustowicz.






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