Social Work Social Development 2012: Action and Impact
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Satellite Symposiums


Why innovate in Social Work?


Date: Monday, July 9, 2012
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Location: K11
Organizer: National Association of Social Work in Sweden

Public sector is challenged by innovation in private sector and accused for being laid back and non innovative. Our point of departure is that the public sector has been and will be innovative. This is also true for Social Work. In this seminar we will focus on possibilities and limitations in using an innovative approach. Researchers from three different countries will share their experiences

New Wine in old bottles?
Rolf Rönning, Professor Lillehammer University College

Yes we can, but do we want? Housing First in Sweden
Marcus Knutagård, Ph D Lund University

Service Users in innovation. Bottom up –Top down
Cecilia Heule, University teacher Lund University

Service Users in Public Partnership. British innovation Peter Beresford, Professor Brunel University, London


A (trade)union of professionals and practitioners makes a difference!


Date: Monday, July 9, 2012
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Location: K2
Organizer: Akademikerförbundet SSR


Speak out – Make a difference


Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Location: K11
Organizer: Vision

To achieve changes for people and to develop the society, the social perspective must be explained and the professional voice must be herd. The dialogue between policy makers and social workers must be opened and respected.

Vision invites you to a seminar on the importance to Speak Out, and the possibilities to actually do it.

What conditions applies to social workers freedom of expression, freedom of information and what they can say on social media?

And how can we find a way in which the experiences and opinions of social workers will be reflected in social policy?

You will meet:
Gudrun Schyman, Freelance feminist, local politicians and former social worker
Daniel Falk, Legal adviser, Vision
Yvonne Ahlström, National officer, Vision


Cannabis Prevention in the "Three City Project"


Date: Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Location: K2
Organizer: Ministry of Health and Social Affairs

Speakers: Maria Renström, director, Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, Anders Eriksson, Development Manager, Social Development Unit, Social Affairs Administration, City of Stockholm

The three major cities in Sweden, Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö, have during latter years seen an increasing use of cannabis among young people. Therefore, the cities have joined in a three-year project aiming at reducing this trend. The work will be carried out on three levels: universal prevention, early intervention and treatment. The presentation will discuss the chosen strategies and actions of the project. The project is supported by the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs in Sweden.


Action on social determinants of health an social health inequalities: reflexions and strategies


Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Time: 01:00pm - 01:00pm
Location: K11
Organizer: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique

Today, there is an international consensus on the need to reduce the social inequalities of health by addressing not only the risk factors but also by modifying the social determinants more upstream. These determinants affect directly the conditions of the well-being of the populations.

Action on the social determinants of health calls for new public health approaches. In Europe, some national and regional health authorities have implemented actions targeting the social determinants of health. The purpose of this satellite symposium is to present some experiences in this field in France and in Great Britain.

Speakers: Marion Porcherie and Peter Duncan.
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