Beteiligung tut allen gut! Ein Fachinterview zu einem Projekt der Kinder- und Jugendhilfe Oberösterreich

Translated title of the contribution: Participation is good for everyone!

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This contribution introduces relevant passages from an expert interview dealing with a project started in 2015 “Everyone benefits from participation!” Initiated by the Department of Child and Youth Services Upper Austria and the Association of Social - 233 - Pedagogy Upper Austria it is aims at fostering discourse on, as well as implementing and expanding participation in residential units. The interviewers, Petra Siegrist and Marianne Forstner, are full-time lecturers in the course program for Social Pedagogy of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria in Linz. They conducted the interview with one of the process supervisors, Mag. Roland Urban, and one of the youngsters currently living in a residential unit. Using 15 key questions, they introduce a shortened version of the main statements of the interviewees. This contribution in the form of a workshop report is intended to elaborate on the topic of participation from different perspectives and serve as an impulse for further professional discourse and reflection. Keywords: Involvement, Child and Youth Welfare, Social Education, Participation, Federal Province of Upper Austria, Association of Social Education of Upper Austria, Housing Groups
Translated title of the contributionParticipation is good for everyone!
Original languageGerman
JournalSoziales Kapital
Issue number18
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2017


  • Beteiligung
  • Kinder- und Jugendhilfe
  • Sozialpädagogik
  • Partizipation


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