International Teaching Week 2021

This summer semester 2021, the International Teaching Week has taken place virtually.


Below you can find all the details of the events that took place. 


Flyer Teaching Week

Alle Infos zu den Auslandsberatungsevents auch hier im Flyer zum Download.


Study Abroad Event & Peer 2 Peer:

- Study Abroad Event: 7.Juni.2021 05:30 PM CET

- Peer 2 Peer I: 8.Juni.2021 04:00 PM CET

- Peer 2 Peer II: 10.Juni.2021 04:00 PM CET

Alle Informationen vom "Panel 4: Auslandssemester - Aber wie?" stehen für Sie als Download bereit.


Research perspectives from Zimbabwe, Greece and South Africa 

12:00 - 13:00 Inter/Intra-Cultural Interpretation and Ethnographic Research with African Refugees

by Rose Jaji (Zimbabwe)

14:00 - 15:00 Refugee Trauma, Conscientization and Collective Action

by Nikos Xypolytas (Griechenland)

15:30 - 16:30 Connecting the world: Advancing academic excellence during a global pandemic

by Ndangwa Noyoo (Südafrika)


Click here to download the program.

Research perspectives from Lebanon

10:00 - 11:00 Violence against children

by Michele Kelly (Lebanese American University)

11:00 - 12:00 KAFA Child protection programming – experiences from the field

by Maria Semaan von „KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation“ (a feminist, secular, Lebanese, civil society organization)

Research Perspectives from Nigeria and Germany 

09:30-09:50 Introduction: Transnational mobility, transnational social work? Brief review of key terms and concepts

by Tanja Kleibl (Germany)

10:00-10:45 Social Work education: Würzburg to Nsukka, Nsukka to Würzburg - what are we learning from each other?

by Ralph Roßkopf (Jordan); Uzoma Okoye (Nigeria); M.A. students (Germany & Nigeria)

11:00-12:00 Social Work education: Becoming a social worker, engaging with mobility

by M.A. students from Nsukka and Würzburg

13:30-15:00 Research: Social work perspectives on mobility and migration research in Africa and in Europe

by PhD students and M.A. students from Nsukku and Würzburg

15:15-16:45 Practice: Seeking Greener Pastures: Interdisciplinary perspectives on "helping systems" in transnational mobility between West Africa and Germany

by Ngozi Chukwu (Nigeria); Viola Castellano (Italy); Rex Osa (Germany)


Please find further information and the access data on the Programme.

Research Perspectives from India

10:00-10:10 Introduction

10:10-11:00 Research Methodology – Perspectives from India

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Rajeev Kumaramkandath, Dept. of Sociology and Social Work, CHRIST (Deemed to Be University), Bangalore

11.00-11.10 Virtual coffee/tee break

11.10-12.00 Exchange CHRIST PhD students – MRM M.A. students on research methodology an doing research in an international context

Moderation by Prof. Dr. Vathsala Aithal, FHWS

Those interested in participating please contact Prof. Vathsala Aithal.

Guest lecturers

Ngozi Chukwu
Ngozi Chukwu

Name: Ngozi Chukwu
Sent university: University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Location of the university: Nigeria

Rose Jaji
Rose Jaji

Name: Rose Jaji
Sent university: University of Zimbabwe, Harare
Location of the unversity: Zimbabwe

Name: Rajeev Kumarakandath
Sent university: Christ University, Bangalore
Location of the university: India

Ronaldo Munck
Ronaldo Munck

Name: Ronaldo Munck
Sent university: Dublin City University
Location of the university: Ireland

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