Programme

The Programme for IUW will soon be announced

Programmes for the IUW

09.00-09.15 - Check in Day 1

  1. Welcome to IUW 2021, International University Week 2021 in Odense, Denmark
  2. Social work in the context of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

    Facilitated by UCL: Anne-Sofie Hedengran Vedel
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09.15-09.30

  • Welcome by Head of Education, Social Work, Lenna Vogn Petersen

09.45-11.15

  • Keynote 1:

    • From global to local. Reflections on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals seen from a Danish island community.

      Politician, Deputy Mayor of Ærø and UCL student Inga Birgitte Blom Thomas.

      Facilitated by UCL: Anne-Sofie Hedengran Vedel
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11.15-11.30

  • Short Break

11.30-11.45

Creating Peer-to-Peer groups of students from different universities.

  • Who are we, where are we from?

    Facilitated by UCL:
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11.45-12.45

  • Lunch break

12.45-14.15

  • Students Presentation
    • Students from each University do a presentation, max. 10 min. per University.
      Presentation of You, your country, city, campus etc. 

14.30-14.45

  • Check out

09.00-09.15 - Check in Day 2

Zoom Link:

09.15-09.30

  • Peer-to-Peer

09.45-11.15

  • Keynote 2:
    • From industrial to post-industrial society - Odense, Denmark and social policy.

      Senior Lecturer,  Master of Science in Political Science, Ph.D. Jacob Christensen

      Facilitated by UCL:
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11.15-11.30

  • Short Break

11.30-11.45

  • Peer-to-Peer

11.45-12.45

  • Lunch break

12.45-14.15

  • Workshop
    • Reflecting Cultural Diversity in Social Work.

      Susanne Binder and Sabrina Steindl-Kopf. University: FH St. Pölten (Univiersity for Applied Science St. Pölten) Austria.

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • Migration and Human rigths.

      Prof. Dr. Frederik von Harbou.
      University: Ernst-Abbe-University of Applied Sciences Jena,
      Jena, Germany.

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • 4 students from Leuven, Belgium.

      Facilitated by UCL:
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Students Dinner

Facilitated by UCL:

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Teachers Dinner

Facilitated by UCL:

 

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09.00-09.15 - Check in Day 3

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09.15-09.30

  • Peer-to-Peer

09.45-11.15

  • Workshop
    • Social work and social sustainability

      Prof. Dr. Michael Opielka. Ernst-Abbe-University of Applied Sciences Jena
      Jena, Germany

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • Why is gender important to remember? - How memory work can help to disclose suppressing structures in social practice.

      Assistant Lecturer Anja Bjørg Vinsten Christensen and Assistant Lecturer Rikke Sofie Wewer Jacobsen. UCL, Denmark.

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • CMM, a communication theory focusing on creating equality and inclusive social worlds

      Jacob Cilius Vinsten Christiansen, Senior Lecturer, Master of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice.
      UCL, Denmark.

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  • Workshop
    • Inequalities, racism and social work.
      GOAL 10: Reduced inequalities.

      Xavier Casademont Falagura. University of Girona, Spain.

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • Abstract: Social Work in the context of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals: opportunities and challenges!

      PXL University College of Applied Sciences and Arts is the first Flemisch educational institution to receive the UN sustainability certificiate “SDG Pioneer” on 1st of February 2021!

      In this workshop we would like to focus on how sustainable development is reflected in our daily life as a student of Social Work at PXL University College of Applied Sciences and Arts!

      PXL, Hasselt, Belgium.

      Teacher:
      Ivette Leten

      Students:        
      Dilara Aytar
      Amber Budeners
      Lennie Heleven
      Amelie Massart
      Salvatore Mostien

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • Gaëlle Hendrickx Leuven, Belgium
      Facilitated by UCL:
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11.15-11.30

  • Short Break

11.30-11.45

  • Peer-to-Peer

11.45-12.45

  • Lunch break

12.45-14.15

  • Field visit
    • Rikke Sofie Wewer Jacobsen.
      Facilitated by UCL: Anna Sejer Nielsen

  • Field visit
    • Vollsmose – Thomas Skov
      Facilitated by UCL: Linda Sørensen

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Online party:

  • Social talk - Facilitated by UCL:
  • Students will plan - Facilitated by UCL
  • Students will plan - Facilitated by UCL:

09.00-09.15 - Check in Day 4

Zoom link:

09.15-09.30

  • Peer-to-peer

9.45-11.15

  • Workshop
    • Digitalization from an intersectional perspective and its implications for Social Work.

      Assistant professor for psycho-social competence Kathrin Bereiter and Assistant professor for psycho-social competence

      Helene Kletzl. University of Applied Sciences Linz, Austria

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Workshop
    • 4 students from Leuven, Belgium.

      Facilitated by UCL:
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  • Field visit
    • Danmarks Forsorgsmuseum
      The Danish Welfare Museum, Svendborg.

      Facilitated by UCL:Anna Sejer Nielsen
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  • Field visit
    • St. Dannesbo
      Socialworker Karin Thrane

      Facilitated by UCL:
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11.15-11.30

  • Short break

11.30-11.45

  • Peer-to-peer

11.45-12.45

  • Evaluation
  • Diploma

    Facilitated by:
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