Regional peer-reviews

MA and PhD students that are engaged within this network and that use the mobility, undertake compulsory peer-review on previously agreed issue/topic relevant in the region. The aim of such peer-review is to create an evidence of successful and unsuccessful regional examples, that can improve social work practice and social policy creation. The aim is also to advocate for joint regional approach on the basis of peer-review discussions. Peer-reviews are presented and discussed during the regional week. PhD students also use this opportunity to present their ongoing PhD research and engage in discussion with their peers and professors contributing to the CESPAWON network.

Social Services

Social services for the vulnerable population: Center for developing research and social skills in Slovenia” (infographic 1), (infographic 2) (Email for password)
Bojan Popovic, PhD student University of Ljubljana (26.11.2019)

“Social services for the vulnerable population: The case of public sector in the Republic of Serbia”
Suzana Mihajlović, PhD student University of Belgrade (26.11.2019)

“Social services for the vulnerable population: The case of North Macedonia”
Elizabeta Kunovska, PhD student University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje (26.11.2019)

Intercultural social work, migrants and perceptions of social work

Competences, education and practice of Intercultural Workers in the Czech Republic
Jan Matěj Bejček, PhD student Charles University, Prague (26.11.2020)

Characteristics of child labor among unaccompanied children migrants and refugees
Violeta Marković, PhD student University of Belgrade (26.11.2020)

“Public Perceptions of Social Work in Kosovo and North  Macedonia”
Kumrije Gagica, PhD student University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje (26.11.2020)

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