European Conference for Social Work Research

ECSWR 2021 Bucharest will be going ahead, Wednesday 5th May – Friday 7th May 2021. The ESWRA Board and the Conference Committee are in discussions about the form of the conference which will either be blended or on-line only. A final decision can be expected early next year. In the meantime if you have any question please don’t hesitate to contact ecswr2020@sas.unibuc.ro for scientific enquiries and registration@ecswr2020.org for registration / accommodation enquiries or you can refer to frequently asked question see below.

Event

International Seminar 30 November - 1 December 2020

24. 11. 2020

Loneliness, Grief, Pain And Death In Times Of Pandemic. A Perspective From The Profession (International Seminar Of The Department Of Social Work)

The COVID19 pandemic has vehemently broken into the workplace in which social workers display their professional roles and skills. But...

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New!

International Journal of Social Welfare

17. 11. 2020

Welcomes your applications for the position of

Associate Editor

The International Journal of Social Welfare (IJSW) publishes original articles in English on social welfare and social work that focus on migration, economy, policy, health, gen...

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New!

EJSW Special Issue

11. 11. 2020

Social work research and human rights: where do we go from here?

ESWRA would like to congratulate Koen Hermans and Griet Roets on the publication of this special issue which was launched as part of the European Conference for Social Work Research that took place in Leu...

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Publication

PRIM Study “Developing Lifeworld Oriented Perspectives for Return Migration”

22. 10. 2020

Return takes place in a transnational social space. To fulfill this perspective, a concept for sustainable return and reintegration must be further developed. The PRIM (“Project Migrants Interested in Return”) study uses the lifeworld approach to shed light on the needs, vulnerabiliti...

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New book to be published 9th October by Routledge: Women, Vulnerabilities and Welfare Service Systems

21. 10. 2020

New book to be published 9th October by Routledge: Women, Vulnerabilities and Welfare Service Systems, edited by Marjo Kuronen, Elina Virokannas and Ulla Salovaara.
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Event

Conference on Corporate Social Policy | 4 June 2021 | Barreiro - Portugal

20. 10. 2020

CALL FOR PAPERS

In the context of the 150th anniversary of Alfredo da Silva's birth, the Amélia de Mello  Foundation (FAM) in collaboration with the Catolica Research Centre for  Psychological, Family and Social Wellbeing (CRC-W/UCP), is promoting a con...

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New!

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

20. 10. 2020

The Marie-Skłodowska-Curie European Innovative Training Network ASTRA offers 15 Early Stage Researcher Positions in the Field of Social Work

On Behalf of Prof. Dr. Aila-Leena Matthies University of Jyväskylä, Finland; Coordinator of the ASTRA Project; Prof. Dr. Holger Ziegle...

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Publication

The Routledge Handbook of Service User Involvement in Human Services Research and Education’

15. 10. 2020

A new international book with many contributions from ESWRA SIG members on service-user involvement in education and research ‘The Routledge Handbook of Service User Involvement in Human Services Research and Education’ by Continue reading »

Publication

New publication

05. 10. 2020

Killick C & Taylor BJ (2020) Assessment, Risk and Decision Making in Social Work: An Introduction. London: Sage.  ISBN: 9781529702224

This book is designed for students on qualifying social work courses. It focuses on the essential social work skills of undertaki...

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Conference

4th European Conference on Domestic Violence

29. 09. 2020

4th European Conference on Domestic Violence

September 13th to 15th 2021, Ljubljana, Slovenia

We are pleased to announce that the Call for abstracts for the fourth European Conference on Domestic Violence is now open until 10.12. 2020. The conference ...

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Publication

Social Work Journal - Call for papers

14. 05. 2020

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Pandemics, Economics, Systems, and the Future of Social Work

Special Issue Editors: Anna Scheyett, PhD, and Laura Nissen, PhD

The COVID-19 pandemic and resultant concatenated economic crises have changed the world dramatically; ...

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World Pandemic Research Network (WPRN)

20. 04. 2020

EASSH has joined as a partner the World Pandemic Research Network (WPRN): assessing societal and human impact of Covid 19. This platform maintains a searchable global directory of research projects, surveys and initiatives about the s...

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Congratulations!

11. 04. 2020

ESWRA is delighted to announce the winners of the Annual Awards for Outstanding Publication in European Social Work Research 

Annual Award for outstanding publication in European Social Work Research

Kenneth Burns, University College Cork, Ireland...

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EU Funding opportunities

20. 12. 2019

The European Commission is providing a total of €178m for a newly announced call “addressing societal challenges”. There are 24 topic areas, spanning migration, disruptive technologies and public governance.
 
The list of topics can be accessed via the link below:<...

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Job Opportunities The University of Vermont

21. 11. 2019

The University of Vermont, Educational and Social Services is recruiting for 2 positions

1. The College of Education and Social Services at the University of Vermont seeks applicants for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in the area of Social Work, beginning in Fall, 2020....

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Publication

Austerity, social work and welfare policies: a global perspective

08. 07. 2019

Published in June 2019 year this book examines the impact of the aftermath of the 2008 economic crisis on social work and welfare systems.

It outlines a new environment of austerity where reduced government commitment to tackling inequality and poverty is accompanied by increasingly punitiv...

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ESWRA Members Expertise Register

04. 11. 2020

As members, you may be the connection that others are looking for. The Resources Development Group has developed an online register where members can find colleagues who might share the same research interests and who has published in their field. We would like to invite you to add your details t...

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Conference

Human Rights on Trial

14. 05. 2019

Emilio Jose Gomez Ciriano, an ESWRA Board member, published this article in 2016 that may be of interest: ‘Human Rights on trial: a diachronic and comparative perspective on the situation of social rights in five European countries’ available to download free here: Continue reading »


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