no borders, no limits, no boundaries

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no borders, no limits, no boundaries
von Heike Lorenz und Michael Brendt

Educational support in Europe across borders – how can it succeed? Over the past 30 years, the field of cross-border individual support, which was mainly developed in Germany, has established itself as a multi-faceted and promising approach.

However, the heterogeneous legal situation as well as the cultural differences in wonderfully colourful Europe require a high degree of effective cooperation in order to successfully manage and implement this form of support.

The aim of this publication is to provide an up-to-date overview of the field of work. Above all, European stakeholders are to be addressed and invited with the intention of reviving the, on occasion, deadlocked dialogues.

Lieferzeit: 3-4 Werktage

Artikelnummer: 978-3-96557-120-4 Kategorien: , ,


243 Seit­en, Softcover
For­mat DIN A5
24,80 €
ISBN 978-3-96557-120-4

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Edu­ca­tion­al sup­port in Europe across bor­ders – how can it suc­ceed? Over the past 30 years, the field of cross-bor­der indi­vid­ual sup­port, which was main­ly devel­oped in Ger­many, has estab­lished itself as a mul­ti-faceted and promis­ing approach.

How­ev­er, the het­ero­ge­neous legal sit­u­a­tion as well as the cul­tur­al dif­fer­ences in won­der­ful­ly colour­ful Europe require a high degree of effec­tive coop­er­a­tion in order to suc­cess­ful­ly man­age and imple­ment this form of support.
The aim of this pub­li­ca­tion is to pro­vide an up-to-date overview of the field of work. Above all, Euro­pean stake­hold­ers are to be addressed and invit­ed with the inten­tion of reviv­ing the, on occa­sion, dead­locked dialogues.

The pub­li­ca­tion is divid­ed into three parts:
The indi­vid­ual pas­sages at the begin­ning of the vol­ume, some of which are very mov­ing, tell about the chal­leng­ing work that car­ers do togeth­er with the young peo­ple in the project place­ments. They shed light on the micro­cosm of Indi­vid­u­alised Social Ped­a­gogy sup­port mea­sures and explain what Indi­vid­u­alised Social Ped­a­gogy work means in prac­tice, how it is expe­ri­enced by the peo­ple involved and what oppor­tu­ni­ties it can offer in indi­vid­ual cases.

In anoth­er part, stake­hold­ers from sci­ence, pol­i­tics and organ­i­sa­tions pro­vide infor­ma­tion on var­i­ous over­ar­ch­ing facets. These include, for exam­ple, school­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties dur­ing stays abroad, qual­i­fi­ca­tions for ped­a­gog­i­cal pro­fes­sion­als and cross-bor­der coop­er­a­tion models.

The actu­al start­ing point of this pub­li­ca­tion is pre­sent­ed in the con­clud­ing part: In his legal opin­ion, Prof. Dr. Dr. Rein­hard Wies­ner takes a close look at the con­sul­ta­tion pro­ce­dure that deci­sive­ly reg­u­lates the cross-bor­der place­ment of minors with­in the EU. He relates the pro­ce­dure – bet­ter known as “Brus­sels IIa” – to the legal foun­da­tions of Ger­man child and youth wel­fare law and illu­mi­nates and com­ments on exist­ing dissonances.

The pub­li­ca­tion is sup­port­ed and pro­mot­ed by the two Ger­man umbrel­la and pro­fes­sion­al asso­ci­a­tions Bun­de­sar­beits­ge­mein­schaft Indi­vid­u­alpäd­a­gogik e.V. (AIM) [Fed­er­al Work­ing Group for Indi­vid­u­alised and Expe­ri­en­tial Ped­a­gogy] and Bun­desver­band Indi­vid­ual- und Erleb­nis­päd­a­gogik e.V. (be) [Fed­er­al Asso­ci­a­tion for Indi­vid­u­alised and Expe­ri­en­tial Pedagogy].

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