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Newcomers as Agents for Social Change: Learning from the Italian Experience

A cura di: Hannah Reich, Roberta Teresa Di Rosa

Newcomers as Agents for Social Change: Learning from the Italian Experience

A Recourse Book for Social Work and Social Work Education in the Field of Migration

This publication is a resource book for Social Workers engaging in the field of migration. It aims to display facts about the living realities on the ground migrants and Social Workers active in the field are facing and it presents methods and approaches, extracting them from these experiences and reflections insights, significant for Social Work educational practice.

Pagine: 182

ISBN: 9788835134329

Edizione:1a edizione 2021

Codice editore: 10252.3

Informazioni sugli open access

This publication is a resource book for Social Workers engaging in the field of migration. It aims to, on the one hand, display facts about the living realities on the ground migrants and Social Workers active in the field are facing, circumstances presented by experienced practitioners and researchers of this field. On the other hand, it presents methods and approaches, extracting them from these experiences and reflections insights, relevant for Social Work and consequently, also significant for Social Work educational practice. The new challenges of the 21st century ask Social Work education for a change, adapting curricula towards more experienced based teaching practices, intercultural, participatory learning sites and exchange, and future oriented personal empowerment and resilience training. International Social Work could take on a transformational leading role, as our global security and well-being of tomorrow depends on the educational foundations laid down today.

Hannah Reich, PhD, holds a professorship on artistic and movement-oriented methods in Social Work, with focus on interactive theatre, mindfulness and conflict transformation in the Faculty of Applied Social Science at the University of Applied Science Würzburg (FHWS), Würzburg, Germany. Her expertise lies in participatory, experienced based, empowering methods for individuals and for social transformation in intercultural contexts. She is head of the project "International Social Work Acting in Crisis - attitude matters (AttiMa)" which is implemented in a collaboration with Jordan and Lebanon and aims at fostering the resilience of social workers to act in integrity and constructively in crises situations.

Roberta T. Di Rosa, PhD, is a social worker and a sociologist. She is Associate professor of Sociology of Migration and International Social Work, coordinator of Master and Degree in Social Work, Department Culture e Società, University of Palermo, Italy, member of Council of Professors in the PHD course in "Estudios Migratorios", University of Granada and in the PHD course in "Dinamica dei sistemi", University of Palermo. She is currently engaged in national and international research programs on intercultural competences, international social work, community mediation for migrants' integration and on protection of vulnerabilities in reception practices.

Hannah Reich, Roberta T. Di Rosa, Introduction. Social Work with newcomers: entering into the fieldby
Part I Facing the realities on the ground:systems and structures
Giuseppina Tumminelli, Scrutinizing the situation on the ground in Sicilyby
Iasonas Apostolopoulos, Just in front of Sicily: migration crisis in the MediterraneanSeaby
Giuseppe Platania, Asylum seekers' exploitation and resistance. Evidence fromSicilyby
Francesca Rizzuto, Migrants in Italian spectacular journalism. Fuel for racism?by
Riccardo Ercole Omodei, Human smuggling and human trafficking. A normative and criminological outlineby
Ignazia Bartholini, Female alliances against the proximity violenceby
Glauco Iermano, Social Work with young migrants in the South of Italyby
Giulia Di Carlo, Social Work with unaccompanied minors in Sicily: the SAAMAprojectby
Roberta T. Di Rosa, Lessons learned from the facts on the ground and politicaldemands for future agencyby
Part II Activism and practical approaches:creating spaces of belonging
Ravinder Barn, Empowering refugees and migrants: experiences in Sicilyby
Maria Chiara Monti, Ethnopsychological approaches to combat trauma and vul-nerability in the reception processby
Francesco Piobbichi, Drawings from the border: autobiography open to collective storytellingby
Salvatore Ingui, If notes were not different, they would not make musicby
Ilaria Olimpico, Social arts as an awareness process. Experiences in intercul-tural contexts in Italyby
Angelo Miramonti, Migration from the perspective of an African family: a parti-cipatory theatre experience in Senegalby
Hannah Reich, Meaning, story and beyond the story: Social Work as a wit-ness going beyond representationby
Part III Newcomers as change agent mirroring host societies:and how Social Work can respond
Roberta T. Di Rosa, Hannah Reich, Empowering social workers as transformative actorsby
The authors.

Contributi: Iasonas Apostolopoulos, Ravinder Barn, Ignazia Bartholini, Giulia Di Carlo, Glauco Iermano, Salvatore Ingui, Angelo Miramonti, Maria Chiara Monti, Ilaria Olimpico, Riccardo Ercole Omodei, Francesco Piobbichi, Giuseppe Platania, Francesca Rizzuto, Giuseppina Tumminelli

Collana: Condivisione del sapere nel servizio sociale, collana della Fondazione Nazionale Assistenti Sociali/FNAS - Open Access

Argomenti: Sociologia

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