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The Conference includes in total 6 Key Notes, 2 symposia, 22 workshops and about 120 short presentations.
Keynote Speakers Leaflet
Protecting human dignity in times of global disruption
Ioannis Dimitrakopoulos is a social scientist, educated in the UK. From 1984, he taught at the University of Ioannina and Athens College, and conducted or coordinated national and transnational EU funded research projects on a range of human rights issues, for example discrimination, racism, antisemitism, Roma, rights of the child, etc. He started working for the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) in 2003.
“Our Money For Our People”
The scapegoat narrative of the right wing populists and how it can be disenthralled
Mahsa Ghafari is an activist in human rights and an actress, she already engaged in civil rights initiatives during her studies and advocated for social justice, against racist and gender discrimination. She is executive member of the Austrian human rights organization „SOS Mitmensch“.
„We Can Abolish Child Poverty!“
Participation in society is premise for a Social Europe
Mag.a (FH) Judith Ranftler, MA
Judith Ranftler is a social worker and teaches at the University of Applied Sciences in Vienna, Campus Wien, Master studies for intercultural competence and intercultural conflict management, practice experiences with refugees in the child protection system, project leader at the „Volkshilfe“ NGO for abolishing child poverty, asylum and integration.
The Importance of Being Earnest
Evidence Based Social Work in Times of Fake News
Mag.(FH) Manfred Tauchner
Manfred Tauchner is social worker and teaches at the University of Applied Sciences in Eisenstadt, Burgenland, with practical experience of 24 years in probation social work, qualification in advice for addicted, mediation and group management.