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International Talk

The Role of Human Rights in Social Work and the Global Social Work

Program, more information and registration:

24.11. 2021; 56.30 pm CET:
The Role of Human Rights in Social Work and the Global Social Work
Ethics (Prof. Dr. Kristin Sonnenberg, EvH Bochum; Ass. Prof. Dr. Luqman
Saleh Karim, University of Sulaimani, Kurdish Region of Iraq) registration via:

Within the Iternational Dialogue on Human Rights, there is a need to focus on
human rights as a universal value in social work and to analyze how it affects so
called developing and developed countries from the Global South and the Global
North. By discussing similarities and differences, we will shed light on professional
ethics and its reflection on policies and legislation in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
(KRI), as well as the role of social work in promoting ethical principles and ethical
challenges for social workers in practice and the workplace in the KRI and Germany.

13.12.2021; 56.30 pm CET:

Every child has a right to religion: Religious education as human rights
perspectives from Kosovo and Germany (Prof. Dr. Hamiti, Faculty of
Islamic Studies, Kosova; Prof. Dr. Katja Baur, EH Ludwigsburg) registration
via Email:  international.talks@eh-ludwigsburg.de

Religion as a bonding and educational event shapes coexistence in all cultures. We
ask, how in an increasingly secular and plural society, in which religion in Kosovo
and Germany is taught less through the family, the right to religion is anchored and
shaped in schools and public education. Perspectives on Islamic education in
Kosovo enter into dialogue with concepts on Christianmotivated education. How
can we learn with and from one another and together stand up for the unifying cause
of introducing religion as a human right into school education in Europe in the 21st

20.01.2022; 56:30 pm CET:

Waiting and uncertainty in the context of European migration
governance after 2015 perspectives from Norway (Dr.in Kari Anne
Klovholt Drangsland, University of Bergen,
Centre for Women’s and Gender
, Norway; Prof. Dr. Andreas Mayer, EH Freiburg) registration:

Since the long ‘summer of migration’ in 2015, European states have introduced new

legal and administrative measures in their migration governance, that are centered

on temporary and conditional forms of protection and return policies.
Based on
ongoing research amongst social workers and migrants in Norway, Drangsland

addresses how laws, regulations, and administrative practices shape situations of

waiting and uncertainty for migrants.

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