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Invisible Persons

Personnes invisibles

Making Humans, Communities and Social Professionals more visible

Comment tendre vers une plus grande visibilité des êtres humains, des communautés et des professionnels du social ?

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Published on Tuesday, December 01, 2015 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

How to make marginalised persons or vulnerable communities more visible ? How to identify, understand and apprehend their refusal of social assistance ? How to make social professional’s actions more visible, in spite of public money rarefaction and rationalization in budgets? Contributors are invited and encouraged to reflect on the diversity of social pedagogical approaches and on theoretical thinking to promote innovative socio-­educational learning and care work practices concerning this "Invisible persons" challenge for social intervention.

Announcement

10th FESET Seminar -­27th-­29th April 2016 -­ STRASBOURG – France

Argument

How to make marginalised persons or vulnerable communities more visible ? How to identify, understand and apprehend their refusal of social assistance ?

How to make social professional’s actions more visible, in spite of public money rarefaction and rationalization in budgets ?

Contributors are invited and encouraged to reflect on the diversity of social pedagogical approaches and on theoretical thinking to promote innovative socio-­‐educational learning and care work practices concerning this “Invisible persons”challenge for social intervention.

The abstract will concern two possible activities:

  • WORKSHOP : proposition for an oral presentation of 20 minutes in the frame of a workshop that will include two or three different communications connected with the theme “Invisible persons” with the same time for short discussion.
  • FORUM : proposition for a forum  that means a short proposition of a subject (max 15 minutes) connected with the subject “Invisible persons ” finishing with three main questions. Those questions will start a collective discussion or debate (around 60 minutes) with the audience, regulated by an animator.

After the seminar, the peer-­reviewed European Journal of Social Education will publish articles related to Seminar presentations. The Journal's editorial team will be available to advise and support potential contributors in Strasbourg.

Article submission deadline: 31 May 2016

Submission guidelines 

  • Submission of abstracts : December 15th, 2015

  • Approval of submissions : January 29th, 2016
  • Early bird registration deadline : March 15th, 2016
  • Late online registration : April 25th, 2016
  • Article submission deadline (optional): May 31th, 2016

Pleasesend your proposition: title, abstract text (max 300 words), extended text and short bibliography (max 1000 words) to the following registration tool: https://www.conference-service.com/feset16/welcome.cgi

The file name to include the author’s name(s).The process of acceptance is first to submit the article to the programme committee, and it will then be referred for peer review. Following this, if it is accepted, you will be informed of any required changes and if it is rejected, you will receive a short summary giving the reasons for this decision.

Instructions

  • Abstract text: 300 words max
  • Extended abstract included short bibliography 1000 words max
  • choosing between 3 to 5 keywords in the list proposed in the tool:

curriculum reform, service users, communities, welfare systems, new public management, social professional status, creative methods, “evidence beast”, values in education systems, co-­‐creation, social marginalization, access to basic rights, minorities, vulnerability, refusal of social assistance

Scientific Committee

  • Béatrice MULLER, directrice de l’ESTES, maitre de conférence en sociologie détaché de l’Université Evry Val d’Essonne, France.
  • Mark TAYLOR, Lecturer in Quantitative Research Methods, University of scheffield, Royaume-Uni.
  • Marie-Pierre NAZON, Formatrice, IRTS PACA Corse – Marseille, France.
  • François GILLET, Maître-assistant en psychopédagogie, Haute Ecole de Bruxelles, Belgique.
  • Arnoud SIMONIS, Docent, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Pays-Bas.
  • Ophelia ACHTON,  senior lecturer of science and outdoor pedagogy, VIA University College, Danemark.
  • Eeva TIMONEN-KALLIO, Senior Lecturer, Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland.

Places

  • Strasbourg, France (67)

Date(s)

  • Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Keywords

  • travail social, minorité, discrimination, marginalisation, intervention sociale

Contact(s)

  • Bruno Michon
    courriel : bruno [dot] michon [at] estes [dot] fr

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Bruno Michon
    courriel : bruno [dot] michon [at] estes [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Invisible Persons », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, December 01, 2015, https://calenda.org/348351

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