Meet the partners

The partnership is coordinated by Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Germany and the University of Eastern Finland, Finland

International Association of School of Social Work (IASSW)

The International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW), is the worldwide association of schools of social work, other tertiary-level social work educational programs, and social work educators. The IASSW promotes the development of social work education throughout the world, develops standards to enhance the quality of social work education, encourages international exchange, provides forums for sharing social work research and scholarship, and promotes human rights and social development through policy and advocacy activities.

University of Eastern Finland (Finland)

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

SOSNET (Finland)

Sosnet works nationally to organise specialised studies in social work at the postgraduate and doctoral levels and to promote university co-operation in the field at the undergraduate level. The network cooperates with several Finnish universities.

University of Lapland (Finland)

Landshut University of Applied Sciences (Germany)

Laurea University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

University of Iceland (Iceland)

Aarhus University (Denmark)

Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius (Finland)

Moscow Pedagogical State University (Russia)

Linnaeus University (Sweden)

Tartu University (Estonia)

The University of Melbourne (Australia)

The School of Social Work, University of Melbourne, is an international leader in the field of practice research in social work, with a recent Routledge International Handbook on Practice Research (2020) and world conference in Melbourne (2021). University of Melbourne Ph.D. graduates go on to occupy leadership careers in  academia, private practice, health services, NGOs and  government ministries. The University partners with major hospitals and health services in Victoria, Australia.

Centre Maurice Halbwachs (École Normale Supérieure) Research Institute (France)

Yarmouk University (Jordan)

Social Investment Fund / Фонд социальных инвестиций (Russia)

Russia State Social University

The first and the biggest social university in Russia

Nordic Welfare Center

The Nordic Welfare Centre is an institution in the Nordic Council of Ministers’ social and health sector. Our mission is to contribute to the development of welfare initiatives in the Nordic region. By compiling and disseminating knowledge on welfare issues, we offer strengthened tools for policy-making, as well as tools for improving health and well-being of all citizens.