The European Association of Schools of Social Work held the European Congress of Social Work Schools at the Complutense University of Madrid between June 4th and 7th, 2019. Within it, Belén Agrela, from the University of Jaén, coordinated a pre-congress activity, together with professors from the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Granada, entitled Feminist academic translations. Teaching, research and transfer for a transforming Social Work.
This symposium presented the experiences, concerns and proposals of gender and feminist approaches of teachers and researchers of Social Work from Spain, United Kingdom, Portugal, Chile and Italy. Three axis mark the symposium: teaching, research and knowledge transfer, within the framework of gender and feminist studies involved into European, national and regional projects.
Within the framework, the Provide project was presented and made known, in a paper entitled International research “in three-handed” on Social Work related to proximity violence in migration. The Congress was attended by professors from national and international universities, professionals from public and private administration, and PhD students.
Find information about the European Congress Of Social Work School at the following link.