The Faculty of Social Work of the University of Murcia and the association Traperos Emaús Región de Murcia launch this Monday a cycle of six open and virtual talks on accompaniment as a tool for social intervention in the process of recovery of people in vulnerable situations Social. The cycle is entitled 'Comprehensive accompaniment of people in a situation or risk of exclusion.
A professional view from the Asociación Traperos de Emaús Región de Murcia 'and arises within the framework of a Service Learning project, which is being put into practice in the subject of' Fundamentals of Human Behavior 'of the Social Work degree from the University of Murcia. On Monday 19, the first talk 'Principles and values ??for a solidarity commitment' begins by Paco López Vidal, coordinator of the association. There will be a total of 6 webinars with free and open access to the entire society, which can be followed by zooming in on the links provided. The program is as follows: October 19, 1:00 p.m. 'Principles and values ??for a solidarity commitment'. Speaker: Paco López, coordinator. Free access room: https://umurcia.zoom.us/j/94246552063 October 26, 1:00 p.m. 'About us? Profiles.
Life story' Speaker: Virginia Carrasco, Social Worker of TE Murcia Free access room: https://umurcia.zoom.us/j/96539373494 November 9, 1:00 p.m. 'Reference map for comprehensive monitoring.
Organization overview '' Speaker: Paco López, coordinator. Free access room https://umurcia.zoom.us/j/99173439391 November 16, 1:00 p.m. 'The importance of comprehensive accompaniment: Itinerary'. Speaker: Virginia Carrasco, Social Worker. Free access room: https://umurcia.zoom.us/j/98262281101 November 23, 1:00 p.m. 'The importance of psychological and training support: Personal development at a therapeutic and educational level'. Speakers: María López, Head of Training and Salvador Mompeán, Psychologist. Free access room: https://umurcia.zoom.us/j/92650268370 November 30, 1:00 p.m. 'Collaboration and participation networks' Speaker: Paloma Montosa, Head of Communication. Free access room: https://umurcia.zoom.us/j/91731712369 The cycle aims to disseminate the social work carried out in Traperos de Emaús in the Region of Murcia and that UMU students can learn about the reality of work in the entity and the style of accompaniment typical of this organization. At the Association of Emmaus Trappers of the Region of Murcia, people at risk or a situation of social vulnerability and people who accompany them in their personal, social and work recovery processes have worked since 1995.
Source: Universidad de Murcia