Course title:Social Work in International Practice
Faculty:Faculty of Social Studies
Department:Department of Social Work
Course code:KAM / ASWIP
Semester:Winter / Summer
Level of study:
Format of study:Lecture 1 [Hours/Week], Practical classes 1 [Hours/Week]
Name of the lecturer:Mgr. Veronika Mia Racko, Ph.D. (G)
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Annotation:The graduate of the course will gain knowledge in the field of theory and methods of social work in an international context, education in social work and professional standards in social work. Students are also given information about the so-called global problems and the extent to which these problems occur in their local field. The aim of the course is to understand the profession of social work in an international context, the context of global events and elements of humanitarian aid and development cooperation. The graduate applies selected theoretical models influencing social development processes in an international context with a focus on understanding the roles and activities that social workers play in different countries when working in diverse cultural environments. The course is also aimed at supporting the student in developing the ability to critically reflect on local and foreign approaches, methods and policies in the social work profession.