47 / SOCIAL WORK WITH YOUTH IN CONFLICT WITH LAW


18 – 23 June 2017   print this page

Course directors:

Steve Case, Swansea University, United Kingdom
Đuka Stakić, Penn State University, Brandywine, United States
Joe Yates, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom


Course description:

The programme will start on Monday, 19th of June 2017 at 10:00h in the Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik, Don Frana Bulića 4.

Except on Monday we will start every day at 9:00 and finish until 16:00.

For more information about the programme please look at the documents to download:

Open frame programme- June 2017

Summaries collection for June 2017

The course focuses on providing space to critically reflect on the extent to which theory and research have been employed by those in power to inform and legitimise policy and practice in the field of ‘youth justice’ or, more broadly, ‘children in conflict with the law’.

This year we will apply a new format of courses in order to allow more collaboration among the courses of The School for Social Work Theory and Practice. This year all four courses from the spring period are working together on the topics that transverse the boundaries of course themes.

Collaborative courses in the spring:

Social Work with Youth in Conflict with Law

Social Work with Children and Families

Community Social Work

Social Work Theories and Methods

Transversal topics:

Social Service Management

Legal Frame and Social Process

Families Facing Multiple Challenges

For more detailed information see the document to download: School of Social Work Programme 2017 or School of Social Work Flyer


Course lecturers:

Torill Tjelflaat, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
Vera Grebenc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Viktorija Pečnikar Oblak, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Vito Flaker, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Margit de Wilde, HAN Nijmegen, Netherlands
Tilo Fiegler, University of Applied Sciences Erfurt, Germany
Maja Pudić, City of Rijeka, Croatia
Linda Rothman, HAN University of Applied Science, Netherlands