Social Services and Social Work in the Context of Armed and Political Conflict: Durham March 16th

Social work engages with the trauma of it’s service users on many levels, and this day will be invaluable for all interested parties.

The European Association of Schools of Social Work with affiliated groups has organised an outstanding day, and there are a small number of places left.

Academics and researchers from several countries, including the UK, Germany, Bosnia, Greece, Cyprus and Ireland will be exploring the following topics:

-Refugee crisis and social work

-Social services and social policies in the context of armed conflict

-Social Services and transitional justice

-A critique of “liberal peace”

-“State of emergency” and human rights -Social services for veterans and victims of conflict.

Please find below, the attached programme of the day.

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