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SEMINARIO DE ESTUDIOS PARA LA INTERVENCIÓN SOCIAL Y EDUCATIVA (SEPISE)
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Global-ANSWER

Global Social Work and human mobility: comparative studies on local government and good social work practices in the euro-mediterranean region

 

 

CONVOCATORIA: H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019. Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions-Research and Innovation Staff Exchange

NÚMERO DE PROYECTO: 872209

FECHA DE INICIO: 01 de marzo 2020

DURACIÓN: 4 años

FINANCIACIÓN: 1.518.000€

MIEMBROS DE LA RED: ESPAÑA, ITALIA Y SUECIA (5 universidades, 2 ayuntamientos y 2 entidades sociales):

 

  • Universidad de Granada (Coordinadora): Grupo de investigación SEPISE (Granada, España)
  • Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Marid, España)
  • Ayuntamiento de Granada (Granada, España)
  • Red Acoge (Madrid, España)
  • Universita degli studi di Palermo (Universidad de Palermo, Italia)
  • Universita degli studi di Firenze (Universidad de Florencia, Italia)
  • Fondazione nazionale degli Assistenti Sociali (Funtación de Trabajo Social, Roma, Italia)
  • Comune di Palermo (Ayuntamiento de Palermo, Italia)
  • Lunds Universitet (Universidad de Lund, Suecia)

 

RESUMEN:

This project main objective is to consolidate an international and inter-sectorial network of comparative and collaborative research and training on the identification, analysis and dissemination of good practices in the field of social work anf human mobility in the European countries involved in the project, including universities, local town halls and third sector organizations. 

The recption and socioeconomic inclusion of migrants and refugees are key issues for contemporary Europe, particularly in the Euro-Mediterranean region, where the magnitude of new arrivals arouse great human rights concern. Social work professionals are in the front line of this challenge, playing a key role in local government responses and professional practices for the reception and inclusion of newcomers. 

Experienced qualitative methodological approach used in migration studies and related to social work will be utilized mainly. The participants of this project will exchange skills and knowledge which will allow them to progress towards key advances in the identification, transfer and promotion of good practices on local government and social work interventions with migrants, refugees, asylum seekers and other groups in conditions of vulnerability as a result of human mobility (non-accompained children and youth, the elderly, victims of human traffiking, the disabled, transnational families, victims of ethnic, religious and sexual orientation discrimination, etc.).

The methodological approach will combine secondments of senior and junior researchers and social work professionals, the implementation of comparative research, training workshops and activities to disseminate knowledge and promote good social work practice, such as international conferences, the elaboration of guidelines and the production of publications in national and international journals, including special issues focused on the good social work practices identified during the project.

 

Información del proyecto publicada en CORDIS, Web de la Comisión Europea sobre proyectos concedidos y sus resultados

 

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This Project has received funding from the European Union's Horizonte 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under  Grant Agreement No 872209

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