Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2019


International Course: Child Abuse and Neglect, a Comparative Perspective: South Korea, Germany and Israel March 3-7, 2018 and May 19-23, 2019 Partners: Seoul National University, South Korea and Goethe University, Germany Background and Goal: 2019 was the second year of the trilateral course. It focused on different issues of direct treatment, policies, and planning services for children at risk from a comparative perspective. The course offers participants the opportunity to observe and reflect on issues relevant to their own society, through the lens of another society and by comparing similarities and differences between the two. The delegates continue to maintain both social and professional ties even today. Target Population: M.A. and doctoral students of Social Work, NGO management, Preschoolers and Educational Pedagogy in the three countries

Number of Sessions: 2, 5 days each in Germany and Israel

Number of Participants: 25

Location: Frankfurt and Jerusalem

Budget: ILS 77,000

Participants from Israel, Germany and South Korea in the international course: Child Maltreatment from a Comparative Perspective, 2019. Against the background of The Jerusalem Old City walls.


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