Closing Ceremony, with:

A photo of Walter Lorenz

Walter Lorenz

Rector, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Eileen Younghusband Memorial awardee. Author of books on Social Work, Former president of the European Centre for Community Education.

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A photo of Gary Bailey

Gary Bailey

IFSW President and Associate Professor at the Simmons College Graduate School of Social Work

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Open microphone

For conference delegates to share their experiences and thoughts.

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A photo of Flamenco performance, Emil Pernblad

Flamenco performance, Emil Pernblad

Flamenco was first Developed in the 18th Century is often associated with Gypsy Culture. Andalusia in Spain is the Heartland of Flamenco, but Flamenco Dance was declared “Intangible Cultural of Humanity” in 2010 by UNESCO. Cante is the vocal expression of flamenco, sung by men and women, preferably seated, with no backing singers. The gamut of feelings and states of mind – grief, joy, tragedy, rejoicing and fear – can be expressed through sincere, expressive lyrics characterized by brevity and simplicity. Flamenco Baile is a dance of passion, courtship, expressing a wide range of situations, ranging from sadness to joy.

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A photo of Eva Holmberg-Herrström

Eva Holmberg-Herrström

Chair of the Local Organizing Committee

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Fryshuset

Fryshuset is a foundation, based in Stockholm, that operates nationwide and with international exchanges. In addition to numerous social projects and youth related recreational activities, Fryshuset also provides education in various forms. During the conference a group of former students at the Aesthetics program’s Creative writing course will give performances under the collective title Words & Action.

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SWSD 2014 Melbourne

Melbourne will be hosting the third Joint World Conference on Social Work and Development, in 2014.

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