International Week Health and Social Studies
Our 9th International Week, from Wednesday 3 to Friday 5 February 2021, has ended. What a week! Many social issues do not stop at international borders. Participants from all over the world have given workshops and lectures on topics related to health and wellness. Due to COVID-19 measures, the week was mostly organized online.
A large part of the activities were intended for second-year students of the bachelor programs Social Work, Pedagogy, Arts therapies and Psychomotricity, Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy, Nursing and Allied Medical Care. However, there were also activities open to a wider audience. Yes, for you too! Feel free to browse through the program and check some aftermovies. .
With more than 100 activities, there was a lot of international knowledge to be gained this week. Missed out? Watch our aftermovie and check out the recorded sessions in our day-to-day program. You can watch the full sessions of research journalist Sinan Can, criminal psychologist Tracey Robinson, community builder in Africa, Sander de Kramer, and many more!
Listen to the stories of Sinan Can, Sander de Kramer and Tracey Robinson on the first day of the HAN International Week.
Art therapist Suzanne Haeyen and the mini-symposium 'Borderlands: meet me in the middle' with Rory Truell, Jan van Rosmalen and more...
Cor Hoffer, Tina Rahimy and a talkshow on the last day. We closed the week together.
Hope to see you in 2022!
Are you joining our week in 2022? We hope so! If you have any ideas about next year's program. Feel free to e-mail us.
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Therapy with traumatized migrant children, peer support, culture sensitive working and more!
Women empowerment in India, gamification, Japan as a western society and more.
Online sexwise, women empowerment in India, traumatized migrant children and more.
Global mental health, neonatology intensive care, the Red Cross in Armenia and more.
Narratives, pelvic pain, Covid-19, #movementformovement, digital storytelling and more.