My name is Candelaria Lucero and I am an Uruguayan Social Educator who is currently looking for new opportunities in Colombia. I hope you can help me find interesting options (or interesting contacts!) in adoption/foster care, non-formal education trainings or social development. Why help me? I feel myself well prepared and eager to continue learning!
Friends and acquaintances would describe myself as a young professional with lots of experience, with initiative and versatile. Social Educator by Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, I’m specialized in conflict resolution and social development. With experience in non-formal education, social innovation and project management. With skills for training, communication and team building, specially in multicultural environments.
I am ready to work hard and learn a lot. I can share my CV with whomever is interested to explore it further or share it with their contacts. Feel free to e-mail me: email@example.com.
My name is Heidi I’m 25 years old and I’m from Denmark here I have just finished my study in pedagogic/Social Education where I’ve been focusing on children with special needs and socially disadvantages children in orphanages. I’m seeking a job abroad long or short term, to learn more and give me better professional qualifications and competency.
I’m a positive and outgoing girl who loves to explore. Therefore I have been on some long term and short term travels. I love to learn more about and meet new people, new nationalities and cultures. It has taught me that working with people are something I really have a passion for.
I have worked and been doing volunteer work in: Cambodia (6 months), Jamaica (2 months), Tanzania (3 months). Furthermore I have worked in Denmark as a handicap helper (5 years) and in homes for children and young kids between 0-18 years with different disabilities and severe multiple handicaps to relieve their parents. (3 months – 1 year)
My greatest personal strengths are that I am outgoing, positive, smiling, cooperative, creative, responsible and very open to new challenges. I am committed to my work and take my job very seriously. And the most important thing for me is to try to make a difference, small or big.
Please feel free to contact me for more information. Best regards
Heidi Gervin Lund-Pedersen firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a South African professional educator teaching children with autism. I want to study further about autism, as it’s growing at an alarming rate. Will you help me with contacts of countries who have autism training centers that can help me realize my dream.
Regards Khosi Netnou email@example.com
Dear Madam, Dear Sir,
It is our pleasure to announce the opening of the call for papers of FESET Seminar in 2016 that will be held in ESTES http://www.estes.fr/ Strasbourg, France from April 27th to 29th, 2016.
The conference theme is : « INVISIBLE PERSONS : Making Humans, Communities and Social Professionals more visible ». The deadline is December 15th, 2015.
You will find attached the call for papers and the flyer. Please feel free to forward this message and documents to your colleagues who might be interested in submitting a presentation.
For your submission please click on https://www.conference-service.com/feset16/welcome.cgihttps://www.conferenceservice.com/feset16/welcome.cgi
More updated information and programme on the website http://www.feset.org/
We thank you and look forward to meeting you in Strasbourg.
As of 2016, www.fairstartglobal.com is now a state registered NGO foundation in Denmark.
Our mission is to provide research based, free online training and instructors educations. We work in joint funding partnerships with local NGOs, professional organisations and government in any country. Programmes target caregivers and leaders in foster and residential care, fugitive camps, and other units in charge of children and youth without parental care. We aim to set research based standards for quality care and support local professional care developments.
Our research based group trainings and instructor education are used all over the world in so far 16 languages on all continents, and implemented in two year cooperation projects. Program use only requires an instructor, a group of caregivers, a projector and internet for 15 two hour sessions.
If your organisation needs a well tested concept for training caregivers in attachment based group care, please read this paper and folder, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Best wishes from the team at FairstartGlobal Foundation.
My name is Maria Post, I’m 44 years old and born and raised in Denmark. I have a 23 yeared old son which I intend to keep a good eye out for whenever I can. I have been working as a social educator for the past 15 years after my social educator degree. But lately thoughts like “should I try work abroad” have crossed me. I really don’t prefer a country more than other country, but UK have always been closely related to me. My working interest is mainly with young kids aged from 6-16, as my own experience both has been with kids from an orphanage and with pshycological disabled children. I put interest in talking and communicating in a traditional Danish way, which is a free open minded attitude towards difficulty with kids. I started a youth club, mainly kids with non-Danish roots. Kids that might had hard time socialising in traditional ways, here we could put all kids together despite color and religion. Had success with the youth club, but time and money were a factor that had me to shut the club in 2011.
My sons father is British and I’ve been with him for around 4-5 years so roughly I learned to adapt to some foreign cultures. So being set into new envoirments doesn’t affect me, as I’m good to adapt wherever I am.
I love travelling and when I travel, me and my son if he’s present with me, we intend to stay at international hostels so we can communicate with people from the whole world. When I work, I see myself as a hard working and dedicated employee. Which often comes out to give good relations between my colleagues and I. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if questions are needed.
The research based FairstartGlobal.com online caregiver educations in professional foster and institutional care can now be accessed in 16 language versions.
The new online instructor’s education in the use of the free training programs at our site will be ready in February. It is on level four in the European Educational Standards.
A paper about Fairstart from the American Psychologist Association is available here:
We thank all professional organisations, NGOs, social educators, translators and researchers who contributed to free professional care education in 2015
The Madrid Declaration in Spanish:
AIEJI Asociación Internacional de Educadoras y Educadores Sociales
El 20 de noviembre de 2015, con ocasión del 26º aniversario de la convención de la ONU sobre los Derechos de la Infancia, la AIEJI hace un llamamiento a los gobiernos y a las personas con responsabilidad en este tema a que tengan en cuenta el artículo 22 según el cual los niños y niñassolicitantes de asilo o considerados refugiados deben recibir la protección y la asistencia humanitaria convenientes. Los estados, en cooperación con las organizaciones internacionales, deben dar asistencia y apoyo a las personas jóvenes no acompañadas para que puedan reunirse con sus progenitores. Las educadoras y los educadores sociales que trabajan con esta población deberían tener la posibilidad de implementar en su práctica diaria las competencias que se recogen en la publicación de la AIEJI “El trabajo socioeducativo con personas refugiadas menores de edadsolicitantes de asilo” (aieji.net/publications). Las educadoras y los educadores socialestrabajamos con niños, niñas y jóvenes que viven en situaciones de inseguridad, desamparo, lejos de su países y sin ninguna noción sobre su futuro más inmediato. Las educadoras y los educadores sociales trabajamos en el marco de un sistema en el que las decisiones que se toman a nivel jurídico y gubernamental tienen un impacto primordial en las vidas y en la situación de estos niños, niñas y jóvenes, tantoahoramismo como en sufuturo. Es una obligación humana y urgente apoderar a estos niños, niñas y jóvenesdestinando recursos para que puedan encarar su compleja situación y ofrecerles el apoyo necesario para poder integrarse en las sociedades de acogida.
Madrid Declaration, November 20th 2015
AIEJI – the international association of social educators
November the 20th 2015, on the 26th anniversary of The UN convention on the rights of the child, AIEJI calls on governments and decision makers to be aware of § 22 stating that a child who is seeking refugee status or who is considered a refugee shall receive appropriate protection and humanitarian assistance. The states shall in cooperation with international organizations assist an unaccompanied child in being reunited with his or her parents. Social educators working with these children and young people should be given the possibility to implement in their daily practice the competences expressed in the AIEJI publication “Social educational work with refugee minor asylum seekers” (aieji.net/publications). Social educators working with groups of children and young people who live in unsafe situations, being all alone, far away from their home countries and with no knowledge of their future. Social educators work within the framework of a system where decisions made on a juridical and governmental level have a fundamental impact on the life situations of the unaccompanied minors now and further on. To empower the children, to give them resources to cope with the complex situations they are facing is an urgent human obligation and support integration in host societies.