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Social work and sustainable wellbeing: key examples of good practices

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Blanco Carrasco, Marta (Coordinadora) (2014) Social work and sustainable wellbeing: key examples of good practices. [ ]

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URL Oficial: https://www.ucm.es/ip-sustainable-well-being/



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The aim of this book is to collect the materials produced in the intensive programme coordinated by Universidad Complutense, Madrid, during academic year 2013-214. The programme took place between 23 March and 4 April 2014. It has resulted in four books focusing on the relationship between social work and sustainable wellbeing, in addition to a website and a work seminar on the UCM moodle platform.
The structure and methodology of this type of programme permit the attainment of goals that would not be possible in other short-term international learning programmes. IPs offer students and teachers a single learning space, placing particular value upon innovation, internationalization and multidisciplinarity. The programmes generally take place over two or three weeks, with intensive working days creating immersion both in the central topic of the programme and in linguistic terms. Teachers and students participating in IPs report high levels of satisfaction despite the tiring working days in unfamiliar environments. The keys to this success are undoubtedly cooperation among participating institutions and painstaking organization and management of budget by the coordinating institution.


Tipo de documento:Documento de trabajo o Informe técnico
Palabras clave:Social work, Sustainable wellbeing, Good practices, Social sustainability
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Trabajo social, Bienestar sostenible, Buenas practicas, Bienestar social
Materias:Ciencias Sociales > Trabajo Social > Servicios sociales
Ciencias Sociales > Trabajo Social > Política social
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Código ID:27190
Depositado:26 Nov 2014 11:50
Última Modificación:15 Ene 2019 12:05

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