An Ethical Guide for Social Professionals (not only) in crisis situations

Authors Ed de Jonge , Nadja Jungmann , Mariël Kanne , Anne-Ruth van Leeuwen
Publication date 2021
Research groups Innovative Social Services, Debt and Debt Collection
Type Other

Summary

Since 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on personal, social and societal life worldwide. The virus threatens the physical health, social contacts and financial and economic security of many. The pandemic has led to polarisation in society, to an increase in social inequality, to a threat to democratic rights and to international tensions. Social work has not been left unaffected either. Based on research conducted by the Centre for Social Innovation of HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht Netherlands and financed by ZonMw, a concise ethical manual was developed for social professionals in crisis situations. It contains a series of questions for reflection that can be used to make the most important ethical challenges explicit and to take action. The guide is also suitable for carrying out a brief ethical review, as it were, individually or collectively, in the hectic day-to-day work.

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On this publication contributed

  • Ed de Jonge | Researcher | Innovative Social Services
    Ed de Jonge
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Innovative Social Services
  • Nadja Jungmann
    • Professor
    • Research groups: Debt and Debt Collection
  • Mariel Kanne
    Mariël Kanne
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Innovative Social Services

Language English
Key words covid-19 pandemic, ethical guid, social professionals

Ed de Jonge

Ed de Jonge | Researcher | Innovative Social Services

Ed de Jonge

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Innovative Social Services