Participatory Approaches in Poverty Research in Germany

Wednesday, March 2, 2016
02:30 PM - 04:00 PM


J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 244
School of Social Work
Jocelyn Hermoso, PhD


Panel presentation on using participatory approaches in poverty research in Germany. Martina Ritter, professor and dean of the Department of Social Work, will speak about her study, Self-Organization between Service and Participation, which presents the results of a participatory study of self-organized service associations and the elderly population they serve. Monika Alisch, professor and Vice-Dean Department of Social Work, will present results of her study, An Anti-Poverty Campaign in Germany: Evaluation of Community Work as a Learning Process, an evaluative research study of an anti-poverty program with young migrants, homeless people, elderly women, low-income people, and other vulnerable social groups.


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