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Closing convention women's lives - Family Planning and Migration

Workshop 1

Workshop 1

The transition into family: what do migrant women need and how can they be reached? The women’s perspective


What migrant women need with regard to family planning depends on where they perceive their own difficulties to be and where they say they require support. This need for support can also be gleaned from the subjects that the migrant women bring up in the counselling sessions. The contributions to the workshop provide a greater insight into the perspective of Turkish and eastern-European migrant women and report on their experiences with advice.

Ideas about starting a family and the corresponding behavioural patterns exhibited by migrant women are often confronted with conditions of (in)compatibility in Germany. It is a requirement, for example, to acquire vocational training before having the first child. Disadvantages to do with employment and training are easier to deal with when motherhood is delayed and mostly affect women who became mothers when they were young. But it is this pattern that is the dominant one among women migrants and it is also one that is seen positively. The first contribution explores the signifi cance of compatibility for migrant women (Jan Kruse). The second contribution warns that the question ‘What do migrant women need?’ must not just differentiate by country of origin but also by education (Heike Klindworth). The advice perspective is the subject of the third contribution (Resi Conrads-Mathar). It can deliver good insights into the (age-dependent) questions, worries and needs for which the migrant women want answers and help from the counselling service. The contribution also addresses the resources needed in order to deliver the advice required by the migrant women.

Moderator: Angelika Hessling, Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung

Heßling, Angelika

Bild der Expertin Angelika Heßling Angelika Heßling (Diplom Sozialwissenschaftlerin)

Key Working Areas

  • Research in the field of family planning, contraception and sexuality education

Current Projects

  • Youth Sexuality 2010
  • Young people’s sexual and reproductive health (WHO)

Contact

Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung
Ostmerheimer Strasse 220
51109 Köln
Tel. 0221 8992-238
Fax 0221 8992-363
angelika.hessling(at)bzga.de
www.bzga.de
www.forschung.sexualaufklaerung.de

Family between time, money and education: Dr. Jan Kruse, Universität Freiburg

Kruse, Dr. Jan

Bild der des Experten Dr. Jan Kruse Dr. Jan Kruse
 

Professional Position

  • Academic Associate at the Institut für Soziologie (institute of sociology), University of Freiburg

Key Working Areas

  • Qualitative interview research
  • Profession and work sociology
  • Family sociology and social work

Current Projects

  • Reconstructive family research. A grounded theoretical approach to family formation processes on the basis of a complementary analysis of qualitative studies. (Habil-Projekt)

Selected Publications

  • Kruse, Jan (2009): Die Reflexivität Qualitativer Forschung–oder: Was erfahren wir über uns selbst, wenn wir qualitativ forschen? In: Neises, Mechthild et al. (eds.): Qualitative Forschung in der Psychosomatischen Frauenheilkunde. Lengerich et al.: Pabst Publishers, pp. 13–46
  • Kruse, Jan (2007): "Vater werden ist nicht schwer...". Familienplanung aus männlicher Perspektive: Wie kommen Männer zu Kindern?;  In: Schmid-Ott, Gerhard/Neises, Mechthild (eds.): Gender, kulturelle Identität und Psychotherapie. Lengerich u.a.: Pabst Publishers, pp. 59–83
  • Kruse, Jan (2004): Arbeit und Ambivalenz: Die Professionalisierung Sozialer und Informatisierter Arbeit. Transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld

Contact

Institut für Soziologie, Universität Freiburg
Rempartstrasse 15
79085 Freiburg
Tel. 0761 2033492
jan.kruse(at)soziologie.uni-freiburg.de
www.soziologie.uni-freiburg.de/kruse

Education and family formation: Heike Klindworth, Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut, Freiburg

Klindworth, Heike

Bild der Expertin Heike Klindworth Heike Klindworth  (Dipl. Biologin)

Professional Position

  • Scientific Associate at the Sozialwissenschaftliches Frauenforschungsinstitut Freiburg

Key Working Areas

  • Family planning in men and women’s live
  • Family and biographical studie
  • Health research and reporting

Current Projects

  • frauen leben 2 – Familienplanung und Migration im Lebenslauf (commissioned by the BZgA)

Selected Publications

  • Klindworth, Heike (2010): Bildungsbenachteiligung unter Lebenslaufperspektive bei türkischen und osteuropäischen Migrantinnen–Sonderauswertung der Studie "Familienplanung und Migration im Lebenslauf von Frauen" (commissioned by the BZgA). Expert report for the Federal Government’s Equal Opportunities Commission
  • Helfferich, Cornelia/ Klindworth, Heike/Kruse, Jan (2008): frauen leben–Familienplanung und Migration im Lebenslauf. Zwischenergebnisse einer Städtestudie zu Frauen mit türkischem, ost- oder südosteuropäischem Migrationshintergrund. Forschungsbericht. Cologne: BZgA
  • Klindworth, Heike (2009): Informationsbedarf, Informationsquellen und Beratungserfordernisse bei Frauen mit türkischem und ost- bzw. südosteuropäischem Migrationshintergrund: Ausgewählte Ergebnisse der BZgA-Studie "Familienplanung und Migration im Lebenslauf". In: Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (BZgA):  Migration und Gesundheitsförderung. Ergebnisse einer Tagung mit Expertinnen und Experten. Gesundheitsförderung konkret, vol. 12. Köln: Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (BZgA), pp. 83–93
  • Klindworth, Heike/Walter, Wolfgang/Helfferich, Cornelia. (2005): Frühe erste Vaterschaft–ein intendierter, passender Übergang? In: Tölke; Angelika/Hank, Karsten (eds.): Männer - das "vernachlässigte" Geschlecht in der Familienforschung, Zeitschrift für Familienforschung (ZfF), Sonderheft 4. Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (VS), pp. 157–182
  • Helfferich, Cornelia/Klindworth, Heike/Kruse, Jan (2005): Männer leben–Eine Studie zu Lebensläufen und Familienplanung, Vertiefungsbericht. Cologne: Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (BZgA)

Contact

Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut (SoFFI F.)
Bugginger Strasse 38
79114 Freiburg
Tel. 0761 47812-690
Fax 0761 47812-699
soffi(at)eh-freiburg.de
www.soffif.de

Choosing a partner and the development of a relationship among migrant women as a subject for advice: Resi Conrads-Mathar, Diözesan-Caritasverband Aachen

Conrads-Mathar, Resi

Bild der Expertin Resi Conrads-Mathar Conrads-Mathar Resi
Diözesan-Caritasverband Aachen

Professional Position

  • Expert consultant Caritasverband für das Bistum Aachen e.V.

Key Working Areas

  • Specialist counselling
  • Pregnancy counselling for the Catholic church in the diocese of Aachen, as well as counselling for young mothers’ welfare schemes
  • Co-ordination of the regional Caritas groups

Current Projects

  • Pregnancy counselling in the context of early help
  • Social work for Caritas in the community in networked structures

Contact

Caritasverband für das Bistum Aachen e.V.
Kapitelstrasse 3
52066 Aachen
Tel. 0241 431210
Fax 0241 431450
rconrads-mathar(at)caritas-ac.de
www.caritas-ac.de

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Workshop 2

Workshop 2

The transition into family: what do women migrants need and how can they be reached? The men’s perspective


Family and family planning are not just women’s issues, even though women are often handed over the responsibility for these issues. Men with a migrant background are on the one hand one half of a relationship in which their shared lives are shaped, in which children are wanted or not, in which contraception is used or not, and on the other hand they are their own target group with their need for information and advice. After family research discovered the significance of men in general and now that services for fathers are being developed, this insight is timidly establishing itself for men with a migrant background too. It matters also for them what need for advice they have and how they can be reached and addressed.

Since little is known about the reproductive and sexual health of male migrants, the contributions in this workshop have an exploratory character: they all come from the sphere of qualitative social research and show how (certain groups of) men with a migrant background think about contraception, marriage, children and gender roles and how they shape their relationships with the opposite sex and deal with contraception. The first contribution presents results from the study ‘Rollenverständnisse von Frauen und Männern mit Zuwanderungsgeschichte unter Berücksichtigung intergenerativer und interkultureller Einflüsse’ (‘Gender-role conceptions of women and men with an immigrant history, taking into account inter-generative, inter-cultural influences’ BMFSFJ/mgepa NRW) and also reports on the arrangements between the sexes and the role distributions that men with a Turkish or eastern European migrant background, regardless of generational membership or education, practise or want to practise (Michael Tunç). The second contribution carried out a qualitative survey on the same male migrant groups as well as on a German comparison group, but only about sexuality education, their desire to have children, family and contraception (Debora Niermann, study ‘männer leben 2’, ‘men’s lives 2’). The third contribution uses group discussions to trace the pattern of how young Roma refugees fleeing civil war start families, which has developed under the social conditions that the survey participants are incorporated into a large patriarchal family and have uncertain prospects for the future (Max Schmidt)

Moderator: Dr Jan Kruse, Universität Freiburg

Kruse, Dr. Jan

Bild der des Experten Dr. Jan Kruse Dr. Jan Kruse
 

Professional Position

  • Academic Associate at the Institut für Soziologie (institute of sociology), University of Freiburg

Key Working Areas

  • Qualitative interview research
  • Profession and work sociology
  • Family sociology and social work

Current Projects

  • Reconstructive family research. A grounded theoretical approach to family formation processes on the basis of a complementary analysis of qualitative studies. (Habil-Projekt)

Selected Publications

  • Kruse, Jan (2009): Die Reflexivität Qualitativer Forschung–oder: Was erfahren wir über uns selbst, wenn wir qualitativ forschen? In: Neises, Mechthild et al. (eds.): Qualitative Forschung in der Psychosomatischen Frauenheilkunde. Lengerich et al.: Pabst Publishers, pp. 13–46
  • Kruse, Jan (2007): "Vater werden ist nicht schwer...". Familienplanung aus männlicher Perspektive: Wie kommen Männer zu Kindern?;  In: Schmid-Ott, Gerhard/Neises, Mechthild (eds.): Gender, kulturelle Identität und Psychotherapie. Lengerich u.a.: Pabst Publishers, pp. 59–83
  • Kruse, Jan (2004): Arbeit und Ambivalenz: Die Professionalisierung Sozialer und Informatisierter Arbeit. Transcript-Verlag, Bielefeld

Contact

Institut für Soziologie, Universität Freiburg
Rempartstrasse 15
79085 Freiburg
Tel. 0761 2033492
jan.kruse(at)soziologie.uni-freiburg.de
www.soziologie.uni-freiburg.de/kruse

Gender images of women and men with a migrant background: Michael Tunç, Väter in Köln e.V.

Tunç, Michael

Bild des Experten Michael Tunç Tunç, Michael (Dipl. Sozialpädagoge)
 

Key Working Areas

  • Masculinity / paternity and migration / ethnicity
  • Intersectional men’s and fathers’ studies and policies
  • Intercultural work with men and fathers

Current Projects

  • Dissertation project with the working title “Vaterschaft und Vater-Kind-Verhältnis in türkischen Immigranten-Familien. Eine qualitative Studie mit Migrationsfolgegenerationen” (“fatherhood and father-child relationships in Turkish immigrant families. A qualitative study with second and subsequent-generation migrants”) at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, as Hans-Böckler-Stiftung doctoral scholarship holder, in which narrated biographies of fathers who are members of the second generation of Turkish immigrants are examined.
  • Active in the development of intercultural work with men and fathers in the Väter-Exerten-Netz Deutschland e.V., in Väter in Köln e.V. and in the Männer- und Väterforum Köln

Selected Publications

  • Farrokhzad, Schahrzad/Ottersbach, Markus/Tunç, Michael/Meuer-Willuweit, Anne (2011 in preparation): Verschieden–Gleich–Anders? Geschlechterarrangements im interkulturellen und intergenerativen Vergleich. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag. ISBN: 978-3-531-17690-1
  • Tunç, Michael (2010): Männlichkeiten in der Migrationsgesellschaft. Fragen, Probleme und Herausforderungen. In: Prömper, Hans/Jansen, Mechtild M./Ruffing, Andreas/Nagel, Helga (eds.): Was macht Migration mit Männlichkeit? Kontexte und Erfahrungen zur Bildung und Sozialen Arbeit mit Migranten. Opladen/Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich. pp. 19–35
  • Tunç, Michael (2008): "Viele türkische Väter fliehen von zu Hause." Mehrfache ethnische Zugehörigkeiten und Vaterschaft im Spannungsfeld zwischen hegemonialer und progressiver Männlichkeit. In: Potts, Lydia/Kühnemund, Jan (eds.): Mann wird man. Geschlechtliche Identitäten im Spannungsfeld von Migration und Islam. Bielefeld: transcript. pp. 105–132
  • Tunç, Michael (2006): Vaterschaft in der Migrationsgesellschaft im Wandel. Intersektionelle Männerforschung im Sinne Pierre Bourdieus. In: Promotionskolleg "Kinder und Kindheiten im Spannungsfeld gesellschaftlicher Modernisierung" (ed.): Kinderwelten und institutionelle Arrangements. Modernisierung von Kindheit. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag. pp. 37–58

Contact

Väter in Köln e.V.
Im Bachfeld 3
51063 Köln
Tel. 0221 4000665
post(at)michael-tunc.de
www.michael-tunc.de

Sexuality education, sexuality and contraceptive behaviour in the lives of men with a migrant background: Debora Niermann, Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg

Niermann, Debora

Bild der Expertin Debora Niermann Debora Niermann
(Dipl. Sozialpädagogin und M.A.)

Professional Position

  • Works freelance for the Kompetenzzentrum Qualitative Interviewforschung
  • Academic Associate at the Institut für Sozialwissenschaften / Soziologie (institute of social sciences / sociology) at the University of Education Freiburg

Key Working Areas 

  • Family behaviour in changing welfare regimes
  • Transformations of gender roles in migrant contexts
  • Qualitative research methods

Current Projects

  • Männer leben 2 – Familie und Migration im Lebenslauf von Männern mit Migrationshintergrund (men’s lives 2 – family and migration in the lives of men with a migrant background)

Selected Publications

  • Niermann, Debora (2008): (De-)Familialismus in Wohlfahrtsregimes: eine qualitative Studie zu Konzepten strukturellen und kulturellen (De-)Familialismus' bei Frauen mit türkischem und russischem Migrationshintergrund. (Masterthesis)

Contact

Pädagogische Hochschule Freiburg
Kunzenweg 21
79117 Freiburg
Tel. 0761 482-0
niermann(at)eh-freiburg.de

Change of status and the family economy for young men from Roma refugee families: Max Schmidt, Evangelische Hochschule Freiburg

Schmidt, Maximilian

Bild des Experten Maximilian Schmidt Maximilian Schmidt

Professional Position

  • Diplom- Sozialpädagoge/ Sozialarbeiter (social educator / social worker)

Key Working Areas

  • Child and youth welfare sector, incl. work with young people and families with a refugee background

Selected Publications

  • SCHMDT, MAXIMILIAN, Männliche kosovarische Roma. Ihre Verortung im familiären Verbund und ihre Bewältigung marginalisierter Lebenslagen, Diplomarbeit, Freiburg, 2010

Contact

Freiburg
mka.schmidt(at)gmx.de

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Workshop 3

Workshop 3

Migrant women’s fertility and family planning: will everything stay different? Findings from demographic research

Large-scale population surveys can reflect changes in the generative behaviour of migrant men and women, i.e. in their family planning, family formation and family expansion, as longer-term processes of change. Such changes and the factors influencing them are of interest with regard to demographic development but also for assessing the need for advice. The workshop has the task of building a bridge between the more demographically oriented  research and socio-psychological, sexual-pedagogic and medical practice, and to facilitate interaction. Furthermore, this research faces great challenges, not least because the phenomenon ‘migration’ is itself constantly changing (e.g. because of immigration regulations and the length of time migrants spend in Germany, as well as because of the sequences of migrant generations) and new, flexible forms of migration, such as circular migration.

The first contribution (Susanne Schmidt) collates the evaluations of several large datasets (incl. microcensus, RAM-survey of male and female migrants). It addresses specific issues of migrant women’s generative behaviour and changes in the family planning patterns between the first and second generations. The second contribution (Petra Buhr) reports on the recently started panel study ‘pairfam’, which will monitor the changes in personal relationships and family dynamics over 14 years. Even though the study does not focus on migrant women specifically, initial statements can be made about this group. The third contribution (Heiko Rüger) reveals the effects of job-related mobility (e.g. commuting) and raises the question whether the understanding of migration as a one-off border-crossing shift in the life focus is inadequate and whether it would be a good idea to ask questions about its influence on the generative behaviour only after obtaining results from mobility research.

Moderator: Prof. Monika Häussler-Sczepan, Hochschule Mittweida

Häußler-Sczepan, Prof. Dr. Monika

Bild der Expertin Prof. Dr. Monika Häußler-Sczepan Prof. Dr. Monika Häußler-Sczepan

Professional Position

  • Pro-rector for studies and education at the Mittweida University of Applied Sciences

Key Working Areas

  • Circumstances of old people and people with disabilities
  • Regional care structures and teenage pregnancies
  • Educational policy and youth support

Current Projects

  • Mentoring – Netzwerk Sachsen (ESF)
  • Youth Sexuality and Disability (BZgA)

Selected Publications

  • Häussler-Sczepan, Monika (2010): Hilfebedarf und Prävention bei jugendlichen Risikogruppen am Beispiel von minderjährigen Schwangeren und Müttern. In: Hackauf, H., Ohlbrecht, H. (eds.): Jugend und Gesundheit. Ein Forschungsüberblick. Weinheim and Munich: Juventa, pp.285–303, ISBN 978-3-7799-1752-6
  • Häussler-Sczepan, Monika (2009): Teenagerschwangerschaften im Osten–ausgewählte Ergebnisse einer Expertenbefragung in Berlin und Brandenburg. In: Busse, S., Ehlert, G. (eds.): Soziale Arbeit und Region. Lebenslagen, Institutionen, Professionalität. Leipzig: RabenStück Verlag, pp.166-176, ISBN 978-3-935607-34-6
  • Häussler-Sczepan, Monika/ Wienholz, Sabine/Busch, Ulrike/Michel, Marion/Jonas, Anja (2008): Teenagerschwangerschaften in Berlin und Brandenburg. Angebote und Hilfebedarf aus professioneller Sicht. Eine Studie im Auftrag der Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (ed.). Cologne: Fachheftreihe Forschung und Praxis der Sexualaufklärung und Familienplanung, vol 28
  • Häussler-Sczepan, Monika / Wienholz, Sabine / Michel, Marion (2005):  Teenager-schwangerschaften in Sachsen. Angebote und Hilfebedarf aus professioneller Sicht. Eine Studie im Auftrag der Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung (ed.). Cologne: Fachheftreihe Forschung und Praxis der Sexualaufklärung und Familienplanung, vol. 26
  • Häussler-Sczepan, Monika (2001): Frauen mit Behinderung. In: Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend (pub.), Bericht zur gesundheitlichen Situation von Frauen in Deutschland, Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, pp.515–530
  • Eiermann, Nicole / Häussler, Monika/ Helfferich, Cornelia (2000): Lebenssituation, Bedarfslagen und Interessenvertretung von Frauen mit Körper- und Sinnesbehinderungen. Schriftenreihe des Bundesministeriums für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer

Contact

Hochschule Mittweida
Döbelner Strasse 58
04741 Rosswein
Tel. 034322 48-648
Fax 034322 48-653
monika.haeussler-sczepan(at)hs-mittweida.de
www.hs-mittweida.de

Change in the fertility of migrant women: Dr Susanne Schmid, Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (Federal Office for Migrants and Refugees), Nuremberg

Schmid, Susanne

Bild der Expertin Susanne Schmid Susanne Schmid  (Dipl. Soziologin)
 

Professional Position

  • Academic Associate at the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (since 2008)

Key Working Areas

  • Demographic aspects of migration and integration
  • Migration and generative behaviour
  • Global migration
  • Migration and safety
  • Population and development

Current Projects

  • Generative behaviour of women migrants
  • Migration potential from Africa to Europe
  • Migration potential from the CIS into the EU
  • Climate change and migration

Selected Publications

  • Schmid, Susanne/Kohls, Martin (2010, in preparation): Beeinflusst Migration das generative Verhalten? Eine Bestandsaufnahme des generativen Verhaltens von Migrantinnen in Deutschland. Nuremberg
  • Schmid, Susanne/Kohls, Martin (2010): Reproductive behaviour of migrant women in Germany: data, patterns and determinants. In: Vienna Yearbook of Population Research, pp. 39–61
  • Schmid, Susanne (2010): Vor den Toren Europas? Das Potenzial der Migration aus Afrika. Nuremberg.
  • Baraulina Tatjana/Borchers, Kevin/Schmid, Susanne (2008): Afrikanische Einwanderung nach Deutschland–Abwanderung von Intelligenz, Entwertung von Qualifikationen, Folgen für die Herkunftsländer?, in: Sozialwissenschaftlicher Fachinformationsdienst (soFid), 2/2008, pp. 11–37.
  • Schmid, Susanne/Kohls, Martin (2008): Sind die FDZ-RV Daten für eine Analyse des generativen Verhaltens von Migrantinnen geeignet?, in: Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund (publ.): DRV-Schriften, 55, pp. 121–143.
  • Schmid, Susanne (2007): Die Analyse demographischer Diskrepanzen zwischen der EU-27 und ihrer „Peripherie“. Entwicklungsdifferenzen und Wanderungspotentiale, in: Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft, 3-4/2007, pp. 667–701.

Contact

Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge (BAMF)
Referat: Weltweite und irreguläre Migration, Islam, Demographie
Frankenstrasse 210
90461 Nürnberg
Tel. 0911 943-4410
Fax 0911 943-4007
Susanne.Schmid(at)bamf.bund.de
www.bamf.de/forschung

Fertility and family planning among migrant women – potentials for analysis with the new German relationship and family panel (pairfam): Dr Petra Buhr, Universität Bremen, Institut für empirische und angewandte Soziologie (EMPAS)

Buhr, Dr. Petra

Bild der Expertin Dr. Petra Buhr Dr. Petra Buhr
Bremen University 

Professional Position

  • Scientific Assistant

Key Working Areas

  • Poverty and basic security, health services research, generative behaviour / parenthood decisions

Current Projects Projekte

  • Pairfam (Panel Analysis of Intimate Relationships and Family Dynamics)


Selected Publications

  • Buhr, Petra; Huinink, Johannes; Boehnke, Mandy; Maul, Katharina 2010: Kinder oder keine? Institutionelle Rahmenbedingungen und biographische Voraussetzungen für die Familiengründung und –erweiterung in Ost- und Westdeutschland, to appear in: Pairfam vol. 3
  • Braun, Bernard; Buhr, Petra; Klinke, Sebastian; Müller, Rolf; Rosenbrock, Rolf 2010: Pauschalpatienten, Kurzlieger und Draufzahler–Auswirkungen der DRGs auf Versorgungsqualität und Arbeitsbedingungen im Krankenhaus, Bern: Huber.
  • Buhr, Petra; Leibfried, Stephan 2009: Ist die Armutsbevölkerung exkludiert? In: Stichweh, Rudolf; Windolf, Paul: Inklusion und Exklusion. Analysen zur Sozialstruktur und sozialen Ungleichheit, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 103–122.
  • Buhr, Petra, 2009: Zwischen Armutsvermeidung und Aktivierung: Sozialhilfesysteme in westlichen Ländern, in: Obinger, Herbert; Rieger, Elmar (eds.): Wohlfahrtsstaatlichkeit in entwickelten Demokratien, Frankfurt/New York: Campus, pp. 545–575.
  • Braun, Bernard; Buhr, Petra; Höland, Armin; Welti, Felix 2009: Gebührenrecht im sozialgerichtlichen Verfahren, Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Contacts

Universität Bremen, Empas
Celsiusstrasse, FVG-Mitte,
Tel. 0421 21867345
Fax 0421 218 67341
pbuhr(at)empas.uni-bremen.de
www.tess.uni-bremen.de

Migration or mobility? Family and occupational mobility in modern Europe: Heiko Rüger, Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung (Federal Institute for Population Research)

Rüger, Heiko

Bild des Experten Heiko Rüger Heiko Rüger (Soziologe M.A.)
 

Professional Position

  • Scientific associate at the Federal Institute for Population Research

Key Working Areas

  • Mobility research
  • Family studies
  • Health research

Current Projects

  • Job Mobilities and Family Lives in Europe

Selected Publications

  • Rüger, Heiko/Ruppenthal, Silvia (2010): Advantages and Disadvantages of Job-Related Spatial Mobility. In: Schneider, Norbert F./Collet, Beate (eds.): Mobile Living Across Europe II. Causes and Consequences of Job-Related Spatial Mobility in Cross-National Comparison, Opladen & Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich Publishers, pp. 69–95
  • Schneider, Norbert F./Rüger, Heiko/Münster, Eva (2009): Berufsbedingte räumliche Mobilität in Deutschland: Formen, Verbreitung und Folgen für Gesundheit, Wohlbefinden und Familienleben, Arbeitsmedizin Sozialmedizin Umweltmedizin, 44, 7, pp. 400–409

Contact

Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4
65185 Wiesbaden
Tel. 0611 75-4688
Fax 0611 75-3960
heiko.rueger(at)destatis.de
www.bib-demographie.de

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Workshop 4

Workshop 4

Subjects in advice services: body concepts and ideas of sexuality


This workshop confronted the challenge of imparting an understanding approach to ideas about the body, sexuality and relationships between the sexes that are foreign to the German perspective – a challenge that is very significant to the intercultural work with migrant women and men. Without looking at these issues from the perspective of the migrant women and without expanding our own preconceptions that are tied to specific traditions and historical developments, acceptable advice and appropriate research are not possible.

The first contribution takes the Islamic studies perspective to present the rules of Islamic sexual ethics as a system of norms that was formerly inherently consistent. Many elements were relativized or modified over the course of modernization processes, so that there are contradictory rules and multiple interpretations in play today (Patrick Franke). The second contribution reports on experiences from practice in sexual therapy and addresses the stress factors, disruptions and problems migrant women have and which need to be picked up by sexuality education and processed in sexual therapy. The legal and social living situation of migrant women in Germany with its consequences for the (power) relationships between women and men form the backdrop that should be born in mind when confronting the migrant women’s issues (Meral Renz). The third contribution reconstructs the subjective significance of contraception using material from qualitative social research for Turkish and eastern European women. The concepts of contraception are associated with specific understandings of life planning, gender relationships as well as body concepts, and in this context ‘contraception myths’ also have their use (Cornelia Helfferich).

Moderator: Dr. Silja Matthiesen, Institut für Sexualforschung und Forensische Psychiatrie, Zentrum für Psychosoziale Medizin Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf

Matthiesen, Dr. Silja

Bild der Expertin Dr. Silja Matthiesen Dr. Silja Matthiesen

Professional Position

  • Academic Associate at the Institut für Sexualforschung und Forensische Psychiatrie, Zentrum für Psychosoziale Medizin, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg Eppendorf (institute of sexual studies and forensic psychiatry, centre of psychosocial medicine, university clinic Hamburg Eppendorf)
  • Editor and publisher of Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung 

Key Working Areas

  • Sexual behaviour of teenagers and young adults
  • Teenage pregnancies
  • Sexological gender studies
  • Family sociology


Current Projects

  • Sexual and social relationships of 17 and 18-year-olds

Selected Publications

  • Martyniuk, U. /Matthiesen, Silja  (2010): Willst du CS, TS oder Real? Sexuelle Erfahrungen von jungen Frauen im Internet als Probebühne. Pro Familia Magazin, 02/10, pp.17–19.
  • Matthiesen, Silja (2009): Studie „Schwangerschaft und Schwangerschaftsabbruch bei minderjährigen Frauen“. BZgA, Cologne
  • Matthiesen, Silja (2007): Wandel von Liebesbeziehungen und Sexualität. Empirische und theoretische Analysen. Giessen: Psychosozial-Verlag
  • Gunter Schmidt, Gunter/Dekker, Arne/ Matthiesen, Silja/Starke, Kurt (2006): Spätmoderne Beziehungswelten: Report über Partnerschaft und Sexualität in drei Generationen. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag

Contact

Institut für Sexualforschung und Forensische
Psychiatrie Zentrum für Psychosoziale Medizin, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-
Eppendorf
Martinstrasse 52
20246 Hamburg
Tel. 040 7410-57767
smatthie(at)uke.uni-hamburg.de
www.uke.de

Sexual-ethical concepts in Islam and how they are changing: Prof. Patrick Franke, Universität Bamberg

Franke, Prof. Dr. Patrick

Bild des Experten Prof. Dr. Patrick Franke Prof. Dr. Franke, Patrick  University of Bamberg

Professional Position

  • Holder of the chair of Islamic studies at Bamberg University

Key Working Areas

  • History of Islamic thought in the modern era
  • Modern Shiite groups (Alawis, Twelvers etc.)
  • Islam’s concepts of sexual ethics and the changes they are undergoing in the present day

Current Projects

  • Creation of an interdisciplinary research group on the subject of “gender, religion and identity from a historical and transcultural perspective” at Bamberg University

  • Creation of a “Center for Studies in Gender and Islamic Societies” as an international institution to explore gender relations in Islamically-shaped societies in the past and present

Selected Publications

  • Franke, Patrick (2010 in preparation): Die islamische Sexualethik vor den Herausforderungen der sexuellen Moderne: Abwehrreaktionen, Anpassungsversuche, Gegenentwürfe. In: Ulrike Busch (ed.): Dokumentation zur Tagung "Sexuelle und reproduktive Gesundheit und Rechte im nationalen und internationalen Kontext"
  • Franke, Patrick (2008): Querverweis als Selbstzeugnis - Individualität und Intertextualität in den Schriften des mekkanischen Gelehrten Mulla ‘Ali al-Qari (1014/1606). In: S. Reichmuth and F. Schwarz (eds.): Zwischen Alltag und Schriftkultur: Horizonte des Individuellen in der arabischen Literatur des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts. Beiruter Texte und Studien 110. Beirut-Würzburg, pp. 131–163
  • Franke, Patrick (2000): Begegnung mit Khidr - Quellenstudien zum Imaginären im traditionellen Islam. Beirut-Stuttgart

Contact

Universität Bamberg
An der Universität 11
96045 Bamberg
Tel. 0951 8632185
patrick.franke(at)uni-bamberg.de
www.uni-bamberg.de/islamwissenschaft/personen/prof-dr-patrick-franke

Concepts of sexuality and relationships in migration: Meral Renz, Praxis für Psychotherapie, Paar- und Sexualtherapie, Sexualpädagogik, Interkulturelle Therapie, Essen

Renz, Meral

Bild der Expertin Meral Renz Meral Renz (Dipl. Sozialpädagogin)
 

Professional Position

  • Sexual educator, sexual advisor and sexual therapist 

Key Working Areas

  • Sexual education
  • Sexual advice
  • Inter-cultural advice
  • Further training

Selected Publications

  • Renz, Meral (2008): Aufklärung auf Deutsch. In: Kulturaustausch online Zeitschrift für internationale Perspektiven II/08
  • Renz, Meral (2007): Sexualpädagogik in interkulturellen Gruppen. Infos, Methoden und Arbeitsblätter. Verlag an der Ruhr. Mülheim
  • Renz, Meral (2004): Interkulturelle Aspekte des Schwangerschaftsabbruches: „Keine Frau entscheidet sich leichtfertig“. In: Pflegezeitschrift 57 1. pp. 42–43
  • Sexualität und Sprache bei türkischen Migrantinnen, ProFamilia Magazin 02/2001, Sexualität ausländischer Kinder und Jugendlicher in Deutschland, ProFamilia Magazin 02/2002

Contact

Praxis für Psychotherapie, Paar- & Sexualtherapie, Sexualpädagogik,
Interkulturelle Therapie, Fortbildung
Hünninghausenweg 67
45276 Essen
Tel. 0201 443762
meral.renz(at)web.de

Subjective concepts of the body and of contraception in Turkish and eastern European contexts: Prof. Cornelia Helfferich, Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut, Evangelische Hochschule Freiburg

Helfferich, Prof. Dr. Cornelia

Bild der Expertin Prof. Dr. Cornelia Helfferich Prof. Dr. Cornelia Helfferich
 

Professional Position

  • Professor of sociology at the Protestant University of Applied Sciences Freiburg
  • Director of the Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut (SoFFI F.) in the Forschungs- u. Innovationsverbund an der Evangelischen Hochschule Freiburg e.V. (FIVE)
  • Chair of the Institut für qualitative Sozialforschung Freiburg (iqs)
  • Member of the expert commission for the Federal Government’s first equal opportunities report (since 2008)

Key Working Areas

  • Gender-specific research into men’s and women’s lives, particularly with regard to family and family planning
  • Violence in relationships between the sexes / “domestic violence”
  • Gender mainstreaming
  • Sexuality and new media

Current Projects

  • frauen leben 2 - Familienplanung und Migration im Lebenslauf“
  • Das ist stark - was kann ich, was will ich, was werde ich.” Educational opportunities and gender understanding between girls and boys. A project by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung in the context of the programme “Chancen=Gleichheit. Gleiche Chances für Männer und Frauen”

Selected Publications

  • Helfferich, Cornelia/Klindworth, Heike (2010): frauen leben–Familienplanung im Lebenslauf. Zwischenergebnisse einer Städtestudie zu Frauen mit türkischem ost- oder südosteuropäischem Migartionshintergrund. Forschungbericht. BZgA (ed.)
  • Helfferich, Cornelia (2010): Geschlechterbeziehungen, Lebenslauf und private Lebensformen. Zur Grundlegung der Familiensoziologie. Siegener Beiträge zur Soziologie, vol. 10, Trotha/Geissler (eds.), Köppe, Cologne
  • Helfferich, Cornelia (2009): Die Qualität qualitativer Daten. Manual für die Durchführung qualitativer Interviews. Leverkusen: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. 3rd rev. ed.
  • Helfferich, Cornelia (2008): Alles beim Alten? Wie der demografische Wandel Lebenslaufmuster von Frauen und Männern morgen und das Alter übermorgen beeinflusst. In: Buchen, Sylvia / Maier, Maja S. (eds.): Älterwerden neu denken. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf den demografischen Wandel. Wiesbaden: VS, pp. 31–45
  • Helfferich, Cornelia (2008): Reproduktive Kulturen: Die Regeln des angemessenen Umgangs mit Fertilität, reproduktiven Technologien und Geschlechterbeziehungen im Lebenslauf. In: Rehberg, K.-S. (eds.): Die Natur der Gesellschaft. Verhandlungsband des 33. DGS-Kongresses. Frankfurt: Campus, pp. 441–454

Contact

Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut (SoFFI F.)
Evangelische Hochschule Freiburg
Bugginger Strasse 38
79114 Freiburg
Tel. 0761 47812-690
Fax 0761 47812-699
helfferich(at)eh-freiburg.de
www.soffi-f.de

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Workshop 5

Workshop 5

Subjects in advice services: the experience of pregnancy and pregnancy conflicts

Pregnant and birthing women need optimal support and care, in order to anticipate any health risks to mother and child. Care here lies at the interface between psychosocial pregnancy advice, the services provided by midwives, and the medical care provided by doctors.

The workshop provides a framework for the analysis of whether migrant women also receive such optimal support or, if not, what is necessary in order to improve care for migrant women. The composition of the participants and speakers makes it possible to bring together the perspectives of advisors, midwives, obstetricians, other doctors and academics. The first contribution traces the migrant women’s perspective and develops their resources, including their social networks, with which they actively orient themselves in the healthcare system and with which they actively act and decide. Transcultural competence is considered a necessary requirement for the advisory, caring and medical jobs in obstetrics in order to provide adequate care (Magdalena Stülb and Yvonne Adam). The second contribution presents the results of a model project in which the causes of inadequate care for pregnant migrant women in a clinical context were examined and measures to improve the care were implemented (Neslisah Terzioglu).

Moderator: Sybill Schulz, Familienplanungszentrum – BALANCE, Berlin

Schulz, Sybill

Bild der Expertin Sybill Schulz Sybill Schulz

Professional Position

  • Director, professional head and coach for intercultural competence in the family planning centre BALANCE
  • Speaker, Netzwerk Frauengesundheit Berlin

Key Working Areas

  • Women’s health, migration and disability
  • Gender and diversity
  • FGM (female genital mutilation)
  • QM

Current Projects

  • Stop FGM in Berlin/Brandenburg
  • Sexual self-determination of women in danger?
  • The need for care and advice among uninsured pregnant women with a migrant background

Contact

Familienplanungszentrum BALANCE
Mauritius-Kirch-Straße 3
10365 Berlin
Tel. 030 236 236 80
Fax 030 236 236 880
Sybill.schulz(at)fpz-berlin.de
www.fpz-berlin.de

Pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood for migrant women in Germany from a medical-ethnological perspective – regarding the need for transcultural competence: Dr Magdalena Stülb and Yvonne Adam, AMIKO – Institut für Migration, Kultur und Gesundheit (Institute for Migration, Culture and Health), Freiburg

Stülb, Dr. Magdalena

Bild der Expertin Dr. Magdalena Stülb Dr. Magdalena Stülb
AMIKO–Institut für Migration, Kultur und Gesundheit (institute for migration, culture and health)

Professional Position

  • Lecturer at and co-founder of AMIKO (Arbeitsgruppe Medizinethnologie und Interkulturelle Kommunikation (working group medical ethnology and intercultural communication))


Key Working Areas

  • Pregnancy
  • Childbirth and migration
  • Transcultural networks as resources; trans-cultural competence in healthcare and welfare

Current Projects

  • Training in healthcare and welfare: transcultural competence, sensitization for cultural backgrounds and migration-specific circumstances


Selected Publications

  • Stülb, Magdalena (2010): Transkulturelle Akteurinnen. Eine medizinethnologische Studie zu Schwangerschaft, Geburt und Mutterschaft von Migrantinnen in Deutschland. Berliner Beiträge zur Ethnologie, vol. 20. Berlin: Weissensee Verlag.
  • Stülb, Magdalena/Adam, Yvonne (2009): "Warum transkulturelle Kompetenz in der Geburtshilfe so wichtig ist." In: Weleda Hebammenforum vol 04/2009: pp. 10–13.
  • Stülb, Magdalena/Adam, Yvonne (2008): "Eigenes und Fremdes besser verstehen". In: Deutsche Hebammenzeitschrift 5/2008: pp. 10–13.

Contact

AMIKO – Institut für Migration, Kultur und Gesundheit
Wippertstrasse 2
79100 Freiburg
Tel. 0761 7070957
Fax 0761 7676960
m.stuelb(at)amiko-freiburg.de
www.amiko-freiburg.de

Pregnancies and births: Dr Neslisah Terzioglu, Joint Gynaecological Practice Ksciuk/Terzioglu, Nuremberg

Adam, Yvonne

Bild der Expertin Yvonne Adam Yvonne Adam
AMIKO–Institut für Migration, Kultur und Gesundheit
 

Professional Position

  • Lecturer at and co-founder of AMIKO (Arbeitsgruppe Medizinethnologie und Interkulturelle Kommunikation)

Key Working Areas

    • Medical ethnology
    • Health
    • Women and families in migration
    • Pregnancy and childbirth
    • Trans-cultural competency 

    Current Projects

      • Training courses in the fields of public health and welfare: trans-cultural competency, sensitization to cultural backgrounds and migration-specific living conditions
      • Research into migration, pregnancy, childbirth, being a mother in Germany, and women migrants’ health concepts

      Selected Publications

      • Adam, Yvonne/Stülb, Magdalena (2009): Brauchen wir spezifisches Wissen in der medizinischen Versorgung von Migrant/innen/en? Qualifizierungsangebote zur transkulturellen Kompetenz im Gesundheitswesen. In: Éva Rásky (Hrsg.): Gesundheit hat Bleiberecht. Migration und Gesundheit. S. 87 – 96. Wien: Facultas Verlags- und Buchhandels AG.
      • Adam, Yvonne/Stülb, Magdalena (2003): Kulturen des Gebärens. Ethnologinnen entwickeln und leiten Kurse zur transkulturellen Kompetenz in der Hebammenausbildung. In: Deutsche Hebammenzeitschrift 2/2003: 52 – 54.
      • Adam, Yvonne/Stülb, Magdalena (2002): Zwischen Multikulturalismus und Individualität. Culture shopping von Hebammenschülerinnen und Migrantinnen in einem medizin-ethnologischen Unterrichtsprojekt. In: Alsheimer, Rainer (Hg.): Körperlichkeit und Kultur 2001. Dokumentation des 4. Arbeitstreffens des "Netzwerk Gesundheit und Kultur in der volkskundlichen Forschung" Würzburg, 14.-16. März 2001. S. 11 – 25. Bremen: IWD.

      Contacts

      AMIKO–Institut für Migration, Kultur und Gesundheit
      Wipperstrasse 2
      79100 Freiburg
      Tel. 0761 7070957
      Fax 0761 7676960
      yvonne.adam(at)amiko-freiburg.de
      www.amiko-freiburg.de

      Terzioglu, Dr. Neslisah

      Terzioglu, Dr. Neslisah

      Bild der Expertin Dr. Neslisah Terzioglu Dr. Terzioglu, Neslisah
      Gynaecological Joint Practice, Ksciuk/Terzioglu

      Professional Position

      • Gynaecologist in Nuremberg
      • Deutsche- Türkische Gesellschaft für Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe (Assoziiertes Vorstandsmitglied (German-Turkish society for gynaecology and obstetrics–associate board member))
      • Deutsch-Türkische Medizinergesellschaft Bayern e.V. (Vorstandsmitglied (German-Turkish medical society Bavaria–board member))

      Key Working Areas

      • Prenatal diagnostics
      • Migration medicine

      Current Projects

      • Preparing an informational event on 31 Oct 2010 “Women’s Health” in Nuremberg

      Selected Publications

      • Terzioglu, Neslisah (2006): Türkisch für Hebammen und Geburtshelfer. In: Stahl, Katja/Terzioglu, Neslisah/Melamed, Maja (eds.): "Türkisch, Russisch, Fachenglisch für Hebammen und Geburtshelfer", Hippokrates Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 1–46
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah/Feige, Axel (2005): Aufklärung, Verständnishorizont und Compliance bei Migrantinnen. In: Die Hebamme 3, pp. 171–179
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah (2006): Migration–ein weiterer Risikofaktor in der Schwangerschaft? BZgA Forum Sexualaufklärung und Familienplanung 3, pp. 8–11
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah/Reith, Christina/Feige, Axel (2005): Ethnomedizinische Aspekte in der Geburtshilfe. In: Gerhard, Ingrid/Feige, Axel (eds.): "Geburtshilfe integrativ". Urban & Fischer Verlag, Munich, pp. 297–302
      • Reith, Christina/Terzioglu, Neslisah/Feige, Axel (2004): Präventive Massnahmen bei schwangeren Migrantinnen. In: Hinz, Sandra/Keller, Angela/Reith, Christina.(eds.): "Migration und Gesundheit". Mabuse-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, pp. 13–47
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah/Reith, Christina/Feige, Axel (2004): Ursachen der Unterversorgung schwangerer Migrantinnen in Nordbayern. In: Geene Raimund, Halkow, Anja (eds.): "Armut und Gesundheit - Strategien der Gesundheitsförderung". Mabuse-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 111–114

      Contact

      Frauenärztinnen Gemeinschaftspraxis Ksciuk/Terzioglu
      Paniersplatz 2
      90403 Nürnberg
      Tel. 0911 222-666
      Fax 0911 222-538
      nterzioglu(at)frauenaerztinnen-nuernberg.de
      www.frauenaerztinnen-nuernberg.de

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      Workshop 6

      Workshop 6

      Subjects in advice services: the experience of pregnancy and prenatal diagnostics

      The provision of advice and treatment faces special challenges when it comes to clarifying risks of deformities through prenatal diagnostics (PND). This is especially true when such a clarification reveals an abnormal finding which the pregnant women and their partners have to confront. For that reason advice criteria for counselling pregnant women who were likely to have a disabled child have been developed and the role of psychosocial advice in the field of PND has been strengthened beyond a general formulation of the legal right to advice, through the development of inter-professional quality circles.

      This workshop focuses on aspects that require attention from a medical and social perspective when migrant women, especially women with a Turkish migrant background, are the addressees. The first contribution discusses experiences from medical practice in PND, with a special focus on problems of effective provision of information in light of paperwork that is hard to understand, and possible cultural misunderstandings (Neslisah Terzioglu). The second contribution addresses marriages between related individuals, which present a higher risk of deformities and therefore require an increased level of PND (Yasemin Yadigaroglu). The third contribution supplements the subjective viewpoint of the Turkish and eastern European migrant women regarding the possibilities of ruling out a disability in a child or living with a disabled child (Cornelia Helfferich)

      Moderator: Prof. Cornelia Helfferich, Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut, Evangelische Hochschule Freiburg

      Helfferich, Prof. Dr. Cornelia

      Bild der Expertin Prof. Dr. Cornelia Helfferich Prof. Dr. Cornelia Helfferich
       

      Professional Position

      • Professor of sociology at the Protestant University of Applied Sciences Freiburg
      • Director of the Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut (SoFFI F.) in the Forschungs- u. Innovationsverbund an der Evangelischen Hochschule Freiburg e.V. (FIVE)
      • Chair of the Institut für qualitative Sozialforschung Freiburg (iqs)
      • Member of the expert commission for the Federal Government’s first equal opportunities report (since 2008)

      Key Working Areas

      • Gender-specific research into men’s and women’s lives, particularly with regard to family and family planning
      • Violence in relationships between the sexes / “domestic violence”
      • Gender mainstreaming
      • Sexuality and new media

      Current Projects

      • frauen leben 2 - Familienplanung und Migration im Lebenslauf“
      • Das ist stark - was kann ich, was will ich, was werde ich.” Educational opportunities and gender understanding between girls and boys. A project by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung in the context of the programme “Chancen=Gleichheit. Gleiche Chances für Männer und Frauen”

      Selected Publications

      • Helfferich, Cornelia/Klindworth, Heike (2010): frauen leben–Familienplanung im Lebenslauf. Zwischenergebnisse einer Städtestudie zu Frauen mit türkischem ost- oder südosteuropäischem Migartionshintergrund. Forschungbericht. BZgA (ed.)
      • Helfferich, Cornelia (2010): Geschlechterbeziehungen, Lebenslauf und private Lebensformen. Zur Grundlegung der Familiensoziologie. Siegener Beiträge zur Soziologie, vol. 10, Trotha/Geissler (eds.), Köppe, Cologne
      • Helfferich, Cornelia (2009): Die Qualität qualitativer Daten. Manual für die Durchführung qualitativer Interviews. Leverkusen: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften. 3rd rev. ed.
      • Helfferich, Cornelia (2008): Alles beim Alten? Wie der demografische Wandel Lebenslaufmuster von Frauen und Männern morgen und das Alter übermorgen beeinflusst. In: Buchen, Sylvia / Maier, Maja S. (eds.): Älterwerden neu denken. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf den demografischen Wandel. Wiesbaden: VS, pp. 31–45
      • Helfferich, Cornelia (2008): Reproduktive Kulturen: Die Regeln des angemessenen Umgangs mit Fertilität, reproduktiven Technologien und Geschlechterbeziehungen im Lebenslauf. In: Rehberg, K.-S. (eds.): Die Natur der Gesellschaft. Verhandlungsband des 33. DGS-Kongresses. Frankfurt: Campus, pp. 441–454

      Contact

      Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut (SoFFI F.)
      Evangelische Hochschule Freiburg
      Bugginger Strasse 38
      79114 Freiburg
      Tel. 0761 47812-690
      Fax 0761 47812-699
      helfferich(at)eh-freiburg.de
      www.soffi-f.de

      Prenatal diagnostics – significance and the needs among migrant women: Dr. Neslisah Terzioglu, Joint Gynaecological Practice Ksciuk/Terzioglu, Nuremberg

      Terzioglu, Dr. Neslisah

      Bild der Expertin Dr. Neslisah Terzioglu Dr. Terzioglu, Neslisah
      Gynaecological Joint Practice, Ksciuk/Terzioglu

      Professional Position

      • Gynaecologist in Nuremberg
      • Deutsche- Türkische Gesellschaft für Gynäkologie und Geburtshilfe (Assoziiertes Vorstandsmitglied (German-Turkish society for gynaecology and obstetrics–associate board member))
      • Deutsch-Türkische Medizinergesellschaft Bayern e.V. (Vorstandsmitglied (German-Turkish medical society Bavaria–board member))

      Key Working Areas

      • Prenatal diagnostics
      • Migration medicine

      Current Projects

      • Preparing an informational event on 31 Oct 2010 “Women’s Health” in Nuremberg

      Selected Publications

      • Terzioglu, Neslisah (2006): Türkisch für Hebammen und Geburtshelfer. In: Stahl, Katja/Terzioglu, Neslisah/Melamed, Maja (eds.): "Türkisch, Russisch, Fachenglisch für Hebammen und Geburtshelfer", Hippokrates Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 1–46
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah/Feige, Axel (2005): Aufklärung, Verständnishorizont und Compliance bei Migrantinnen. In: Die Hebamme 3, pp. 171–179
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah (2006): Migration–ein weiterer Risikofaktor in der Schwangerschaft? BZgA Forum Sexualaufklärung und Familienplanung 3, pp. 8–11
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah/Reith, Christina/Feige, Axel (2005): Ethnomedizinische Aspekte in der Geburtshilfe. In: Gerhard, Ingrid/Feige, Axel (eds.): "Geburtshilfe integrativ". Urban & Fischer Verlag, Munich, pp. 297–302
      • Reith, Christina/Terzioglu, Neslisah/Feige, Axel (2004): Präventive Massnahmen bei schwangeren Migrantinnen. In: Hinz, Sandra/Keller, Angela/Reith, Christina.(eds.): "Migration und Gesundheit". Mabuse-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, pp. 13–47
      • Terzioglu, Neslisah/Reith, Christina/Feige, Axel (2004): Ursachen der Unterversorgung schwangerer Migrantinnen in Nordbayern. In: Geene Raimund, Halkow, Anja (eds.): "Armut und Gesundheit - Strategien der Gesundheitsförderung". Mabuse-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main, 111–114

      Contact

      Frauenärztinnen Gemeinschaftspraxis Ksciuk/Terzioglu
      Paniersplatz 2
      90403 Nürnberg
      Tel. 0911 222-666
      Fax 0911 222-538
      nterzioglu(at)frauenaerztinnen-nuernberg.de
      www.frauenaerztinnen-nuernberg.de

      Marriages among migrants: Yasemin Yadigaroglu, Duisburg

      Yadigaroglu, Yasemin

      Bild der Expertin Yasemin Yadigaroglu Yadigaroglu, Yasemin (Dipl. Sozialwissenschaftlerin)
      Duisburg

      Professional Position

      • Doctoral student at the University of Duisburg-Essen
      • Head of the “marrying blood-relatives” campaign at adult education college and the city of Duisburg (since 2006)

      Key Working Areas

      • Marrying blood-relatives
      • Integration policy
      • Intercultural work

      Current Projects

      • Project editor for the Equal Opportunities Commission of the city of Dinslaken and of the European Capital of Culture programme RUHR.2010, subject “forgotten women” women migrant labourers of the first generation in Germany

      Selected Publications

      • Yadigaroglu, Yasemin (2008): Eheschliessung unter Migranten
      • Yadigaroglu, Yasemin (2008) Reziprozität bei MigrantInnen
      • Yadigaroglu, Yasemin (2006): Zur Lage der herkunftstürkischen Frauen in der BRD unter Berücksichtigung auf Familie und Erziehung (doctoral dissertation)

      Contact

      Duisburg
      yyadigaroglu(at)gmx.de


      Turkish and eastern European women’s ideas about the planning and formability of babies: Prof. Cornelia Helfferich, Sozialwissenschaftliches FrauenForschungsInstitut, Evangelische Hochschule Freiburg

      Workshop 7

      Workshop 7

      ‘Education, education, education’ – accessing migrant women with low levels of education


      There are great differences among migrant women depending on their milieu and their education. The need for information is particularly dependent on these two aspects, as is the best way of making information available. Migrant women from low-education milieus have the greatest need for information but are also the most difficult to reach. They (and this affects Turkish migrant women more than others) require special attention. Education is not static, however, especially not when the time the migrant women spend in Germany and the sequence of the migrant generations are taken into account.

      Even though educational disadvantages are passed on from parents to their children, there are still opportunities in Germany to acquire qualifications and climb up the educational ladder. The first contribution presents research results about what milieus migrant women are members of, and deduces from that the need for different approaches (Ilona Renner). The second contribution describes a successful approach, which exploits the differences between the migrant women. Socially well-integrated and educated migrant women and men are trained in order to pass on what they have learned to their group of origin (Elena Kromm-Kostjuk). The third contribution uses a survey in a gynaecological and family practice to answer questions about the backgrounds of family planning and about Turkish women’s need for advice, especially those with a low level of education (Emine Yüksel). The fourth contribution shows, once again for Turkish women, how the educational paths of grandmothers, their daughter and their granddaughters change in Germany (Canan Korucu-Rieger).

      Moderator: Prof. Barbara Thiessen, Hochschule Landshut

      Thiessen, Prof. Dr. Barbara

      Bild der Expertin Prof. Dr.  Barbara Thiessen Prof. Dr.  Barbara Thiessen

      Professional Position

      • Professor for social work at the University of Applied Sciences Landshut; teaching field: gender-sensitive social work
      • Consultant for family policy at the German Youth Institute

      Key Working Areas

      • Gender dynamics in the context of intersectionality
      • Family life in the late-modern age and structuring of privateness
      • Equality policies in social work, particularly in the context of anti-discrimination policies and family policies
      • Practical approaches in supporting families, particularly with regard to social deprivation and migrant backgrounds
      • Professionalization in personal services
      • Methods of supervisory advice and organization development for social services

      Current Projects

      • Advising on the expert report “Familien in benachteiligten und von Armut bedrohten oder betroffenen Lebenslagen als Adressaten von Elternbildung und Elternarbeit” (“families in disadvantaged circumstances / in circumstances threatened or affected by poverty as addressees of parental education and work with parents”), Client: AWO, 04-10/2010
      • “Kindstötung als Krisenfigur des Mütterlichen” (“Infanticide as a manifestation of motherhood crisis”): discourse-analytical and qualitative investigations into the normative negotiation of (failed) motherhood between gender and inequality as well as between neo-liberal self-help and state care, co-operative project with Prof. Paula-Irene Villa, LMU Munich and Dr. Karin Jurczyk, German Youth Institute Munich, currently in preparation

      Selected Publications

      • Thiessen, Barbara/Villa, Paula-Irene (2010): Entweder - oder? Mutterschaft zwischen Fundamentalismen und vielschichtigen Praxen. In: querelles-net, vol. 11, no. 2, http://www.querelles-net.de
      • Thiessen, Barbara (2009): Fremde Familien. In: DJI-Bulletin, vol 88, 4/2009, pp. 7–9
      • Thiessen, Barbara (2009): Alles Kultur?–der Blick auf Migrantenkinder muss sich weiten. In: DJI-Bulletin 85, Heft 1/2009, pp. 26–28
      • Thiessen, Barbara (2008): Familienpolitik und Geschlechterkritik: Spannungsreiche Bezüge. In: Zeitschrift für Frauenforschung und Geschlechterstudien, vol. 26. no.2, pp. 3–17
      • Thiessen, Barbara (2007): Muslimische Familien in Deutschland: Alltagserfahrungen, Konflikte, Ressourcen; Expertise im Auftrag des Bundesministeriums für Familie, Senioren, Frauen, Jugend, München: DJI, http://www.bmfsfj.de

      Contact

      Hochschule Landshut
      Am Lurzenhof 1
      84036 Landshut
      Tel. 0871 506436
      Fax 0871 5069436
      thiessen(at)fh-landshut.de
      www.fh-landshut.de/fb/sa/professoren/thiessen

      Sinus Milieu Study – differentiating between different access routes to migrant women: Ilona Renner, Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung, Cologne

      Renner, Ilona

      Bild der Expertin Ilona Renner Ilona Renner (Diplom Sozialwissenschaftlerin)

      Professional Position

      • Consultant for research and evaluation in the department of sexuality education, contraception and family planning
      • academic consultant in the Nationales Zentrum Frühe Hilfen

      Contact

      Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung
      Ostmerheimer Strasse 220
      51109 Köln
      Tel. 0221 8992-355
      Fax 0221 8992-363
      ilona.renner(at)bzga.de
      www.bzga.de

      Intercultural health mediators for low-threshold access: experiences with the nationwide project ‘With Migrants For Migrants’ (MiMi): Elena Kromm-Kostjuk, Ethno-Medizinisches Zentrum e. V., Hanover

      Korucu-Rieger, Canan

      Korucu-Rieger, Canan
      Academic Associate, University of Bremen 

      Key Working Areas

      • Circumstances and orientations of girls and women with a migrant background, particularly of Muslim girls and women
      • Educational situation of children and young people with a migrant background in the Federal Republic of Germany
      • Education and socialization from the perspective of Islam

      Current Project

      • Dissertation: Kontinuität und Wandel von Erziehungs- und Bildungsvorstellungen im Kontext intergenerationaler Transformationsprozesse am Beispiel von Musliminnen mit türkischem Migrationshintergrund (continuity and change in child-raising and educational ideas in the context of intergenerational transformation process, using Muslim women with a Turkish migrant background as an example).
      • Evaluating the mosque user survey in co-operation with SchuraBremen e.V.

      Selected Publications

      • Sandra Hubert, Jörg Althammer, Canan Korucu-Rieger (2009): Soziodemographische Merkmale und psychophysisches Befinden älterer türkischer Migrantinnen und Migranten in Deutschland, Schriftenreihe des Bundesinstituts für Bevölkerungsforschung; vol. 39, Berlin: Pro BUSINESS.

      Contact

      Universität Bremen, Fachbereich Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaften,
      Arbeitsbereich Interkulturelle Bildung
      Postfach 33 04 40
      28334 Bremen
      Tel. 0421 218-69128
      korucu(at)uni-bremen.de
      www.fb12.uni-bremen.de/de/interkulturelle-bildung/vertikal/mitarbeiterinnen/canan-korucu-rieger.html

      The need for care and advice: migrant women with a low level of education: Dr. Emine Yüksel, Gesundheitszentrum am Borsigturm, Berlin

      Yüksel, Dr. med. Emine

      Bild der Expertin Dr. med. Emine Yüksel Dr. med. Emine Yüksel
       

      Professional Position

      • Gynaecologist and obstetrician at Gesundheitszentrum am Borsigturm 

      Key Working Areas

      • Special factors in the treatment of patients of Turkish origin
      • Continuing scientific work and training
      • Training young women to become medical assistants

      Selected Publications

      • Yüksel Emine (1998): Psychosomatisches Betreuungskonzept steriler türkischer Paare (dissertation)

      Contact

      Gesundheitszentrum am Borsigturm
      Berliner Strasse 25
      13507 Berlin (Tegel)
      Tel. 030 43743843
      info(at)gyn-gp.de
      www.gyn-gp.de

      Three generations of Muslim Turkish women and their attitudes to education: Canan Korucu-Rieger, Universität Bremen, Fachbereich Erziehungs- und Bildungswissenschaften, Arbeitsbereich Interkulturelle Bildung

      Workshop 8

      Workshop 8

      Migration as a challenge for family policy at the local level


      The percentage of the population with a migrant background is around 20% in Germany. Families with a migrant background are therefore an important target group for family and integration policy. They are a focal point in family and integration research. There are more and more integrated approaches to be observed in this area, i.e. approaches to family research and family policy which are migration-sensitive as well as approaches in migration research and integration policy with a focus on family. The BZgA study ‘women’s lives: family planning and migration’ falls into the area of migration-sensitive family research by taking into account the different migrant backgrounds when asking about family planning in women’s lives.

      Migration as a challenge for family policy at local level: Holger Wunderlich, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaft, Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Regionalforschung

      Wunderlich, Holger

      Bild des Experten Holger Wunderlich Wunderlich, Holger (Dipl. Sozialwissenschaftler)

      Professional Position

      • Academic Associate at Faktor Familie – Familienforschung & Familienpolitik lokal

      Key Working Areas

      • Municipal family and social policies
      • Social and family reporting, particularly at the municipal level
      • Regionally comparative family research
      • Family sociology, particularly women and men’s biographies and family planning

      Current Projects

      • Evaluation and concluding development of an “Audit Familiengerechte Kommune” (“audit family-oriented municipalities”) (http://www.familie-in-nrw.de/2273.html) and setup of an office (start 2011)
      • Goals, types and effects of local family policies; the contribution of reporting in the context of municipal planning and governing processes and the (re-)structuring of local family policies

      Selected Publications

      • Wunderlich, Holger/Hensen, Gregor (2010): Familienberichterstattung als Instrument kommunaler Familienpolitik, in: Maykus, Stephan/ Schone, Reinhold (2010): Handbuch Jugendhilfeplanung, VS-Verlag.
      • Schultz, Annett/Strohmeier, Klaus Peter/ Wunderlich, Holger (2009): Örtliche Familienpolitik – warum und wie? In: der moderne staat – Zeitschrift für Public Policy, Recht und Management, vol. 1/2009, pp. 185-206.
      • Strohmeier, Klaus Peter/Wunderlich, Holger/Lersch, Philipp (2009): Kindheiten in Stadt(teil) und Familie, in: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (ed.): Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte 17/2009, pp. 25-32.
      • Helfferich, Cornelia/Klindworth, Heike/Wunderlich, Holger (2007): Männer leben. Studie zu Lebensläufen und Familienplanung. Basisbericht. BZgA (ed.)

      Contact

      Faktor Familie GmbH, Lokale Familienforschung und Familienpolitik
      Im Lottental 38
      44781 Bochum
      Tel. 0234 3228773
      Fax 0234 3214969
      holger.wunderlich(at)faktor-familie.de
      www.faktor-familie.de

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      Workshop 9

      Workshop 9

      Family planning and migration: developments, discussions and approaches in neighbouring countries: the Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland


      Because of their specific immigration policies, the European countries have specific migration profiles, which are shaped by the time of immigration and by the conditions in the country. As a result, these countries can learn a lot from each other. The three contributions report from Austria (Olaf Kapella), the Netherlands (Dr Ineke van der Vlugt) and Switzerland (Dr Marina Costa and Prof. Elisabeth Zemp Stutz) – with general aspects, research results and examples from the practical sphere.


       

      Moderator: Olaf Kapella, Österreichisches Institut für Familienforschung, Universität Wien

      Kapella, Olaf

      Bild des Experten Olaf Kapella Olaf Kapella (Dipl. Sozialpädagoge)
       

      Professional Position

      • Academic Associate (research co-ordination) Austrian Institute for Family Studies

      Key Working Areas

      • Gender research
      • Evaluating family policy measures
      • Research into violence
      • Sexuality education
      • Family research in Europe

      Current Projects

      • First European family platform to develop a European research agenda – EU project with twelve partner organizations
      • First Austrian prevalence study on the subject of violence in families and the closer social environment
      • What do fathers do when a child is born with regard to time spent at work and participation in housework and childcare
      • Evaluation of the Austrian child benefit system

      Selected Publications

      • Kapella, Olaf/Rille-Pfeiffer, Christiane/Rupp, Marina/Schneider, Norbert (eds.) (2009): Die Vielfalt der Familie. Tagungsband zum 3. Europäischen Fachkongress für Familienforschung. Verlag Barbara Budrich, Opladen
      • Kapella, Olaf/Baierl, Andreas/Kaindl, Markus/Rille-Pfeiffer, Christiane (2009): Gewaltverbot in der Kindererziehung. Ergebnisse der Experten/innenbefragung. In: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft, Familie und Jugend (ed.): Familie–kein Platz für Gewalt!(?). Vienna
      • Tazi-Preve, Mariam Irene/Kapella, Olaf/Kaindl, Markus/Klepp, Doris/Krenn, Benedikt/Seyyed-Hashemi, Setare/Titton, Monika (2007): Väter im Abseits. Zum Kontaktabbruch der Vater-Kind-Beziehung nach Scheidung und Trennung. VS Research. Wiesbaden
      • Rille-Pfeiffer, Christiane/Kapella, Olaf (eds.) (2007): Kinderbetreuungsgeld. Evaluierung einer familienpolitischen Massnahme. ÖIF-Schriftenreihe: vol. 15. Studienverlag. Innsbruck

      Contact

      Österreichisches Institut für Familienforschung, Universität Wien
      Grillparzerstrasse 7/9
      A-1010 Wien
      Tel. +43 1 4277-48907
      Fax +43 1 4277-9489
      olaf.kapella(at)oif.ac.at
      www.oif.ac.at

      Dr. med. Marina Costa

      Costa, Dr. med. Marina

      Bild der Expertin Dr. med. Marina Costa Dr. med. Marina Costa
      PLANeS, Schweiz

      Professional Position

      • Director of Lust und Frust Fachstelle für Sexualpädagogik, Zurich
      • Foundation board Planes – Schweizerische Stiftung für sexuelle und reproduktive Gesundheit
      • Doctor in the schools medical service, Zurich

      Key Working Areas

      • Specialist doctor for children and young people
      • Adolescent medicine, developmental pediatrics
      • Sexuality education

      Current Projects

      • Building and consolidating sexual-health education under the co-ordination of PLANeS in collaboration with the advisory and training institutions in Switzerland

      Selected Publications


      Contact

      PLANeS – Schweizerische Stiftung für sexuelle und reproduktive Gesundheit /
      Lust und Frust - Fachstelle für Sexualpädagogik
      Langstrasse 21
      CH-8004 Zürich
      Tel. +41 44 2993043
      marina.costa(at)zuerich.ch
      www.plan-s.ch

      Prof. Dr. med. Elisabeth Zemp Stutz

      Zemp Stutz, Prof. Dr. med. Elisabeth

      Bild der Expertin Prof. Dr. med. MPH Elisabeth Zemp Stutz Prof. Dr. med. MPH Elisabeth Zemp Stutz

      Professional Position

      • Director of the Gender and Health unit at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, associated institute of the University of Basel
      • President: PLANeS  Schweizerische Stiftung für die sexuelle und reproduktive Gesundheit (Swiss foundation for sexual and reproductive health)

      Key Working Areas

      • Research on women’s health and the impact of gender on health;
      • Sexual and reproductive health and health care;
      • Gender-related factors in the communication in medical settings
      • Interactions of maternal/family health and child health
      • Sex/gender-related factors in the etiology of chronic diseases

      Current Projects

      • Gender Medicine: women’s health and gender studies in medicine
      • Women and Gynaecology in Evaluation (WAGE)
      • Hormonal and reproductive factors in respiratory and cardiovascular health (SAPALDIA-women’s study)
      • Monitoring of the baby-friendly hospital initiative in Switzerland
      • Gender, marital status and mortality
      • Premenstrual syndrome in the general population

      Selected Publications

      • Tschudin S, Bertea PC, Zemp Stutz E. Prevalence and predictors of premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysphoric disorder in a population-based sample. Arch Womens Ment Health 2010; doi 10.1007/s00737-010-0165-3.
      • Kurth E, Spichiger E, Zemp SE, Biedermann J, Hösli I, Kennedy HP. Crying babies, tired mothers - challenges of the postnatal hospital stay: an interpretive phenomenological study. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2010;10: pp. 1–21.
      • Kurth E, Kennedy HP, Spichiger E, Hösli I, Zemp Stutz E. Crying Babies, Tired Mothers: What do we know? A Systematic Review. Midwifery, 2009; doi:10.1016/j-midw.2009.05.012
      • Dratva J, Schindler C, Curjuric I, Stolz D, Macsali F, Gomez Real F, Zemp E on behalf of the SAPALDIA Team. Perimenstrual increase in bronchial hyper-reactivity in premenopausal women–Results from the population-based SAPALDIA II cohort. JACI, J Allergy Clin Immunol 2010;125: pp. 823–829
      • Dratva J, Gomez F, Schindler C, Ackermann-Liebrich U, Gerbase MW, Probst-Hensch N, Svanes C, Omenaas ER, Neukirch F, Wjst M, Jarvis D, Leynaert B, Zemp E. Is age at menopause increasing across Europe? Results on age at menopause and determinants from two population-based studies. Menopause, The Journal of the North American Menopause Society 2009;16(2): pp. 385-394.
      • Arnet I, Frey Tirri B, Zemp Stutz E, Bitzer J, Hersberger KE. Emergency hormonal contraception in Switzerland: A comparison oft the users‘ profile before and three years after deregulation. European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care 2009;14(5): pp. 349-356
      • von Arb M, Gompper B, Meyer AH, Zemp Stutz E, Orgül S, Flammer J, Kräuchi K. Relationship between gender role, anger expression, thermal discomfort and sleep onset latency in women. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 2009;3: pp. 11-18
      • Kurth E, Tschudin S, Zemp Stutz E. Dolmetscherinnen im Spannungsfeld unterschiedlicher Geschlechtsvorstellungen. In: Dahinden J, Bischoff A, eds. Dolmetschen, Vermitteln, Schlichten- Integration der Diversität 2008.
      • Alder J, Christen R, Zemp E, Bitzer J. Communication skills training in obstetrics and gynaecology: whom should we train? A randomized controlled trial. Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2007 Dec;276(6): pp. 605–612.
      • Dratva J, Zemp E, Staedele P, Schindler C, Constanza M, Gerbase MW, Probst-Hensch N, Rochat T, Ackermann-Liebrich U, SAPALDIA t. Variability of reproductive history across the Swiss SAPALDIA cohort - Pattern and main determinants. Annals of Human Biology. 2007;34(4): pp. 437-453. (IF 0.778).
      • Zemp E, Ceschi M. Geschlecht und Kommunikation im ärztlichen Setting- eine Übersicht. Therapeutische Umschau. 2007;64(6): pp. 331–335.

      Contact

      Universität Basel / Swiss TPH
      Socinstrasse 57, P.O.Box
      CH- 4002 Basel
      Tel. +41 (0)61 284 84 84
      Fax  +41 (0)61 284 81 05
      elisabeth.zemp(at)unibas.ch
      www.swisstph.ch 

      Dr. Ineke van der Vlugt

      van der Vlugt, Dr. Ineke

      Bild der Expertin Dr. Ineke van der Vlugt Dr. Ineke van der Vlugt
      Rutgers Nisso Groep
       

      Professional Position

      • Programme coordinator sexual development & parenting youth
      • Programma coordinator contraceptives & abortion

      Key Working Areas

      • Sexual development of young people, parenting, sexual and reproductive health
      • Research, development and implementation of interventions especially among vulnerable groups such as migrants, young people, etc.

      Current Projects

      • Development of interventions: your life, your choice, gender-specific group-counseling program among vulnerable young women in the reintegration trajectories
      • Research on determinants of contraceptive failure among migrant groups and registrations on abortions and reproductive health in the Netherlands

      Selected Publications

      • Höing, M. & Van der Vlugt, I. (2007). Evaluatie van de landelijke implementatie van Girls’Talk, Utrecht: Rutgers Nisso Groep
      • Kuyper, A. & Vlugt, I. van der (2006). Girls’ Talk; Draaiboek voor een groepscounselingprogramma gericht op seksuele gezondheid en empowerment voor tienermeiden uit risicogroepen, Utrecht: Rutgers Nisso Groep
      • Vos, A. Vlugt, I. van der (2008). Jouw leven, jouw keus! Handleiding bij programma seksualiteit & Relaties voor kwetsbare meisjes en jonge vrouwen in de vrouwenopvang
      • Hoing, M. & Van der Vlugt, I. (2008). Evaluatie jouw leven jouw keus! in reintegratie. Utrecht, Rutgers Nisso Groep

      Contact

      Rutgers Nisso Groep
      Oudenoord 176-178
      NL-3513 EV Utrecht
      Tel. +31 30 2329827
      Fax +31 30 2329387
      ineke(at)mrpr.nl
      www.rng.nl

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