This year’s “Tübinger Sozialpädagogiktag” – a yearly conference gathering scholars and practitioners at the Institute for Educational Science of the University of Tübingen – is entitled “Life course-related support in Europe – Learning from diversity and differences in practice”. It takes place on 23 and 24 November 2007.
IRIS staff members Barbara Stauber, Andreas Walther and Axel Pohl will be among the contributors.
Barbara Stauber’s contribution is “Life course, biography, transitions – what should services be based on?”. Andreas Waltherwill give a talk on “Which kind of support do you get? Life course regimes in Europe in comparative perspective”. Axel Pohl will be inputting into a working group on “Youth and Migration: what does integration mean?”
The complete programme is available at http://www.erziehungswissenschaft.uni-tuebingen.de