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The European Outreach Work Conference (2008)

Oslo, Norway 22-24 April 2008
Perspectives on outreach work in Europe
Reaching youth at risk - working towards social inclusion

Welcome to the European Outreach Work Conference

Lilleba Fauske
Director, The City of Oslo, Agency for Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services

Opening of the Conference

Ms. Kari Henriksen
The Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services

Mr. Thomas Kattau
Council of Europe, Pompidou Group, Strassbourg, France
Outreach work in a broader European perspective

Social exclusion in modern Europe. What expectations should we have for social inclusion of marginalized groups in the future?

Mr. Joakim Palme
Institute for Future Studies, Stockholm, Sweden

The history of street-based youth work and the development of different paths and terminology. What contribution can detached or outreach youth work make for local communities?

Mr. Tony Jeffs
Durham University, Department of Community and Youth Work, Great Britain.

How can the views of the target group contribute to inform and develop the practice in street-based youth work?

Ms. Evelyne Baillergeau
CREMIS, University of Montreal, Canada

What is the value-base for detached and outreach work with young people?

Mr. Graeme Tiffany
Federation of Detached Youth Work, Great Britain

Practice in thin air? Quality assurance and documentation in detached and outreach youth work

Ms. Else Kristin Utne Berg
Outreach Service, Bergen, Norway

What are the results of prevention when it is a matter of social practice with marginalized young people?

Ms. Evelyne Baillergeau
CREMIS, University of Montreal, Canada

Street work, outreach youth work, detached youth work: mobile youth work from a German perspective

Mr. Walther Specht
Institute of Educational Sciences, University of Tübingen, Germany and ISMO Stuttgart, Germany

Reaching out for new target groups -experiences and perspectives of working with groups of adults in public spaces. What is common, what is different?

Mr. Stefan Schützler
Gangway e.V., Berlin, Germany

Making contact: Outreach work at dance events and training of outreach workers

Mr. Matej Sande
Drog Art, Slovenia

The art of practice in outreach youth work

Mr. Erik Henningsen
Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Norway

Challenges and possibilities for the future development of outreach work with young people

Mr. Walther Specht
Institute of Educational Sciences, University of Tübingen, Germany and ISMO Stuttgart, Germany    Redaktør: Beate Steinkjer

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