A1. Theoretical and methodological contributions and research related to relational social work. The aim is to present communications that address the issue of relational social work from a theoretical, epistemological and methodological perspective that highlight the importance of creating links in social work.
Coordinators: Mabel Segú Odriozola, Emma Sobremonte de Mendicuti
A2. Social work: good practices in the art of building links. This includes the experiences, projects and work practices that enhance or present relational social work experiences. More applied issues.
Coordinators: Edurne González Goya; Asun Berasategui Otegui.
A.3. Relational social work challenges. Discussion here focuses on those innovative initiatives or issues that are a challenge for 21st century social work.
Coordinators: Iker Usón González; Iker García Vesga
A.4. Social services: a space to build links. Presentation of communications that highlight the creation of links to promote the humanisation of management and facilitate relational social work in the context of social services. Discussion focuses on moving from resource management to the generation of relational links that encourage the humanisation of management and promote relational social work in the context of social services.
Coordinators: Bakarne Etxeberria Erauskin; Maje Karrera Etxeberria
A.5. Creating links for exercising citizenship. Presentation of communications that relate the importance of relationships and links in building citizenship and social cohesion. Enhancing relational capital.
Coordinators: Usue Beloki Marañón, Raquel Royo
A.6. Interprofessional links and teamwork in organizations. Presentation of communications that address the importance of links and teamwork for professional care and self-care.
Coordinators: Amaia Mosteiro Pascual; Trinidad Vicente Torrado
A.7. Networking and relational perspective. Relational perspective in building collective knowledge and collaborative work.
Coordinators: Cinta Guinot Viciano; Arantxa Rodríguez Berrio
Delivery term: until SEPTEMBER 4, 2016