Social Work and Spirituality
This course seeks to expand our knowledge of the diverse philosophical, humanistic and spiritual resources which guide us in our attempt to create a more just and peaceful community. Participants explore the spiritual, ethical, cultural and professional values which inform our thinking and direct service. The course aims to explore the meaning and relevance of spirituality in social work, explore the social and cultural constitution of spirituality by deconstructing ideas, beliefs and practices in order to enable open dialogues about spirituality and working with people.
10. 9. – 15. 9. 2017
Course directors (alphabetically):
Sabina Hadžibulić, Belgrade, Serbia
Jörg Zeller, University of Aalborg, Denmark