Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2018


Training Professionals and Volunteers from Madagascar March 26-28, 2018

Goal: To provide tools and training for coping with maltreated children, and addressing the difficulties in treating abused children, with the adult serving as a supporting and significant role figure for the child. Target Population: Volunteers at centers and shelters for children living in poverty in Madagascar.

Number of Sessions: A three-day workshop

Number of Participants: 80

Location: Madagascar

Budget: NIS 10,000

International Course: Maltreatment of Children from a Comparative Perspective – The Case of South Korea, Germany and Israel March 3-9, 2018; May 28 – June 1, 2018 In collaboration with: The Seoul National University and the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany Background and Goal: This is the first year that the course was held jointly for these three countries. The course focuses on various issues regarding direct treatment, and policies and planning of services for children-at-risk from a comparative perspective. The course provides the participants with the observation and reflection upon the issues relevant to their country of origin through the lens of another society and by comparing what is similar and different between the societies. The delegates from the different countries continue to maintain ties of friendship and work even today. Target Population: Students in a Master's degree program and Ph.D. track in Social Work and Educational Pedagogy in the three countries.

Number of Sessions: One week in South Korea and one week in Israel

Number of Participants: 36

Location: Seoul, South Korea; Jerusalem, Israel

Budget: NIS 70,000


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