International Association of Social Educators

Association internationale des éducateurs sociaux (AIEJI)
Asociación Internacional de Educadores Sociales

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URL: http://www.aieji.net/

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Founded

1951-03-19 Germany FR

History

Founded 19 Mar 1951, Freiburg-Breisgau (Germany FR), at 4th international meeting, with the title International Association of Workers for Troubled Children and Youth -- Association internationale des éducateurs de jeunes inadaptés -- Asociación Internacional de Educadores de Jóvenes Inadaptados -- Internationale Vereinigung von Erziehern Gefährdeter Jugend -- Associazione Internazionale degli Educatori della Gioventù in Difficoltà -- Associação Internacional de Educadores de Jovens Inadaptados. Also referred to in Italian as Associazione Internazionale degli Educatori dei Giovani Disadattati. Registered in accordance with: Netherlands law, 2 May 1953; Swiss law, 1971. Declaration accepted at 12th World Congress, Jul 1990, New York NY (USA). New statutes and current title adopted 13 Jun 1997, Brescia (Italy), when activities widened to include all age-groups.

Aims

Emphasize and promote the philosophy of social education and its uniqueness in being actively involved in partnership with clients, working with them not only individually but in groups, families, communities and social environments towards development of their strengths and in resolving personal, social and community difficulties.

Events

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Activities

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Structure

General Assembly (every 4 years); Executive Committee; Regional Offices (4); International Congress Committee; International Technical Committee.

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Subjects *

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 4: Quality Education

UIA Org ID

XC1374

Last News

2019

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