Social Work with Minors and Women in the Country of Origin or Transit

  • Course description

    Students in this course will be introduced to the social policy and method of intervention with vulnerable population, children and women. This course will be looking at specific models of working with vulnerable groups like separated children, unaccompanied refugee children, single parents, pregnant women, women at risk of SGBV, specific needs related to young women (i.e. in relation to early marriage, transitions to marriage/ motherhood). The students will learn to implement ethics, communication and advocacy skills with these vulnerable people. Modules will consider gender relations and also social/cultural/religious factors.

Last updated: 24 August 2017

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