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  • 1. UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WELFARE Global Partnerships and Initiatives-- Evaluating Outcomes
  • 2. What Should Evaluation Address
    • Viet Nam experience
    • Ireland experience
    • Going beyond educational outcomes
    • Going beyond U.S. university valued outcomes
    • An action research framework
    • What is too much to ask of a course?
  • 3.  
  • 4. The Netherlands: Social Welfare Policy
    • Past: Study trip to Breda, the Netherlands focusing on social welfare policy
    • Future: Inter- professional education exchange with Amsterdam, the Netherlands, focusing on university-school-family- community partnerships.
  • 5. Course Requirements
    • Attendance at all activities
    • 12-15 page research paper
    • Comparison of a particular policy in U.S. and in Holland
    • Analysis of underlying issues
    • Implication for service delivery in both countries
    • Recommendations for SW practice
  • 6. Lectures
    • Drug policy in the Netherlands
    • Dutch Social Welfare system
    • Euthanasia in the Netherlands
    • Palliative care system
    • Juvenile criminal justice system
    • Mock court session
    • National refugee policy and its effects on municipalities
  • 7. Agency Visits
    • Addiction center
    • Church serving as a methadone maintenance clinic
    • Juvenile detention center
    • Family court
    • Refugee center
    • Visit to refugee family from Turkey
    • Dutch parliament
    • Hospital and long-term care facility
  • 8. COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS WITH PERU Blanca Ramos, Ph.D. Associate Professor University at Albany School of Social Welfare [email_address]
  • 9. Project Outcomes
    • Provides educational opportunities to UAlbany and Peruvian students.
    • Facilitates capacity building for social welfare educational programs, NGOs, professional associations, and public
    • services.
    • F acilitates collaborative
    • research with Peruvian
    • colleagues.
  • 10. Providing Training for Tsunami Relief in Indonesia Eric Hardiman, Ph.D. University at Albany School of Social Welfare [email_address]
  • 11. Indonesia-- Planning for the Future
    • Addressing trauma and depression
    • - 4 full days of training in Jakarta
    • - “Train the Trainers” approach
    • - A mix of professionals, volunteers, and University-affiliated individuals
    • Meeting with representatives of the Indonesian government, including the Director of Child Welfare Services.
    • International University at Albany students from Indonesia
    • Future partnerships opportunities
  • 12. COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY AND HALLYM UNIVERSITY, CHUNCHEON, KOREA 한국 , 한림대학교와의 교류협력사업
  • 13. Collaborations
    • Korean student visits to Albany social services
    • US student/faculty visits to Korea
    • UAlbany faculty workshops in Korea
    • Korean faculty sabbaticals in Albany
    • Korean MSW and Ph.D. students at Albany
  • 14. Organization for Project Rwanda
    • Raise Funds for Survivors with Special Focus on Orphans
    • Group Activities with Orphans
    • English Tutoring and Cultural Exchange
    • with University Students
    • Spirit/Wall Building
    THE FOUNDATION FOR THE HEALING OF RWANDA SUNY/Albany SSW Student Service Work SUNY/Albany SSW Development Project
    • Identify Coalition Building
    • Strategies for AIDS/HIV
    • Providers
  • 15.  
  • 16. U.S.-AFRICAN PARTNERSHIP FOR BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES PROJECT School of Social Social Welfare University at Albany RSSW 449 and 705 Social Policy Director Shirley J. Jones, D.S.W. [email_address]
  • 17. South Africa
  • 18. Project Outcomes
    • Sensitivity to and better understanding of culture, religion, class, discrimination, diversity and difference.
    • Better knowledge about international policies and programs.
    • Skill development in policy analysis, monitoring and evaluation.
    • Leadership development skills.
    • Collaborative partnerships for effective policy development and advocacy.
    • Promotion of effective technology for change and development.
  • 19. Special Project Outcome
    • In 2003, Dr. Shirley J. Jones with UAlbany’s Affirmative Action Committee grant support convened the University Consortium on Africa.
      • Faculty, students, and community people interested in international education and issues related to Africa.
      • Speakers and activities to help “make Africa matter in a global society.”
      • Dr. Carol Whittaker (School of Public Health) and Dr. Kwadwo (Joseph) Sarfoh (Department of Africana Studies) are Co-Chairs of the University Consortium.
  • 20. AMERICA-IRELAND RESEARCH AND TRAINING INITIATIVE IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES AND DEMENTIA Center for Excellence in Aging Services www.albany.edu/aging
  • 21. Initiative Projects
    • Coordinated Care Alzheimer demonstration project .
    • U.S. Administration on Aging & NYS Department of Health.
    • Cost implications of dementia-related levels of dependency for persons with developmental disabilities .
    • U.S. Administration on Aging.
    • Dependency levels among aging persons with intellectual disability (ID) and their care and resource implications .
    • Peamount Intellectual Disability Service.
    • Longitudinal study of aging among people with intellectual disability
    • Health Research Board, Ireland
    • Cost effectiveness and quality of life in service delivery for persons with the dual disability of Down syndrome (DS) and Alzheimer’s dementia (AD).
    • Health Research Board, Ireland.
  • 22. Initiative Projects
    • Palliative care training and Model Development
    • U.S. Administration on Aging, NYS Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, Health Research Board, Ireland, Irish Hospice Foundation.