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The quiet revolution : aggrandising people power by family group conferences

Author: René Clarijs; Thijs Malmberg
Publisher: Amsterdam : SWP, [2012] ©2012
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The all-encompassing welfare state that often suffocates citizens is having its final drink in the last-chance saloon. The introduction of the open market as a possible alternative has not been successful either. People are suppressed by the expanding 'system world', damaging their 'life world'. For that reason the welfare state does not need to be reformed, but replaced. The 'participation state' is the natural  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Quiet revolution : aggrandising people power by family group conferences.
Amsterdam : SWP, 2012
247 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
(OCoLC)820121766
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: René Clarijs; Thijs Malmberg
ISBN: 9789088503887 9088503885 9088503729 9789088503726
OCLC Number: 905746869
Description: 1 online resource (248 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Youth Policy in the Netherlands: making provision for the voice of families; Family Group Conference renews the relationship between citizens and the government; Sharing Circles: FGC in the context of Indigenized Social Work; The need for professional friendship in a complex society; Between Lifeworld and System; Family Group Conferences; meeting the needs of families from different cultures; Family Group Conferences as cause and effect of people power. The next step towards a participation state. Family Power: the implications of Family Group ConferencingThe Big Society and Family Group Conferences: explanations and reflections; Restorative Justice as common ground for two variants of conferencing in Germany; De-institutionalism in Central- and Eastern European countries and FGC; Socio-economic returns on FGC for Dutch multi-problem families; Family Group Conferencing and frail older persons; Training FGC co-ordinators; Using FGC in cases of abuse of older people; The place of Family Group Conferencing in Child Welfare in the Republic of Ireland. Family Group Conferencing in public mental health carePlanning for the future with two different appraoches of FGC; Domestic violence in family control. Regained control and restoring of connections with a Family Group Conference; Competences social workers need to empower citizens and to activate social networks; Citizen Circles of Support; About the authors.
Responsibility: René Clarijs & Thijs Malmberg (eds.).

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The all-encompassing welfare state that often suffocates citizens is having its final drink in the last-chance saloon. The introduction of the open market as a possible alternative has not been successful either. People are suppressed by the expanding 'system world', damaging their 'life world'. For that reason the welfare state does not need to be reformed, but replaced. The 'participation state' is the natural successor. In that society - which could also be characterised as 'do-it-yourselves' - people themselves prefer to address and resolve issues affecting their own living condit.

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