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Uveljavljanje načela enakopravnosti glede etničnosti in spola v duševnem zdravju
Urek, Mojca (Author), Ramon, Shula (Author), Petan, Mateja (Translator)

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Abstract
Emilija je evropski akcijski raziskovalni projekt (šesti okvirni program), v katerega je vključenih enajst evropskih držav, osem pa jih projekt tudi izvaja. Projekt si prizadeva pospešiti socialno vključevanje ljudi z dolgotrajnimi težavami v duševnem zdravju na področju izobraževanja in zaposlovanja. Eden od ključnih ciljev projekta je tudi povečati občutljivost sodelujočih organizacij za vprašanje spola, etničnosti in kulture, saj neobčutljivost na ta vprašanja vnaša dodatno oviro za socialno vključevanje in krepitev moči. Članek opisuje večstopenjsko strategijo za spremljanje občutljivosti za vprašanja spolov, etničnih in kulturnih vprašanj, ki smo jih uporabili v tem projektu. V prvi fazi smo s pomočjo vprašalnikov zbrali podatke od zaposlenih v sodelujočih organizacijah o njihovih stališčih in vrednotah glede najbolj poudarjenih vprašanj spolov, etničnosti in kulture in o njihovi relevantnosti pri vsakdanjem delu v organizacijah duševnega zdravja.Sodelujoče organizacije so pri tem na podlagi rezultatov izdelale akcijske plane, v katerih so predvidele, kako bodo povečale občutljivost zaposlenih. V drugi fazi bomo naredili podobno raziskavo tudi med uporabniki. Osebje, ki je sodelovalo pri raziskavi, je večinoma zagovarjalo stališče, da je vir diskriminacije v širši družbi in da imajo le malo ali nič vpliva na to,da bi jo zmanjšali. Vendar pa je na drugi strani realnost uporabnikov taka,da je med njimi veliko žrtev diskriminacije in neredko zlorab in da še predobro vedo, da jih nihče noče slišati o njihovih izkušnjah. Večina osebja je izrazila potrebo po dodatnem izobraževanju. Prednostne teme za dodatno izobraževanje so bile informacije o kulturah, iz katerih izhajajo uporabnice in uporabniki, spretnosti prevajanja in uporabe prevajalcev iz tujih jezikov pri sporazumevanju z uporabniki, učenje spretnosti, potrebnih pri delu z uporabnicami in uporabniki, žrtvami družinskega nasilja in spolnih zlorab, in homofobija.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:duševno zdravje, preverjanje občutljivosti, akcijski plan, izobraževanje
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.08 - Published Scientific Conference Contribution
Organization:FSD - Faculty of Social Work
Year:2008
Publisher:Fakulteta za socialno delo
Number of pages:str. 177-186
Numbering:Let. 47, št. 3/6
UDC:616.89:364.4
ISSN on article:0352-7956
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Title:Socialno delo
Shortened title:Soc. delo
Publisher:Fakulteta za socialno delo
ISSN:0352-7956
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Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
The Emilia Project is an EU action research (6th FP) aimed at enhancing the social inclusion of people experiencing serius mental distress at eight demonstration sites across Europe focusing on education and employment opportunities. A key objective of the project is to improve the mainstreaming of gender and ethnicity at these sites since a lack of such mainstreaming adds to the already existing barriers to social inclusion emerging from the stigma attached to mental distress. The article describes the multy-stage strategy for monitoring gender, ethnicity and culture mainstreaming which was applied in the project. Its first phase involved the collection of data through questionaries reflecting standpoints of the personnel employed in the participating organisations on issues related to ethnicity and gender in their work place and their relevance for work in mental health organisations. On the basis of the findings each participating site had to construct its action plan for mainsteraming. The second phase is set to involve a similar research among service users. Most service providers participating in the first phase of research advocated the view that discrimination is caused by society at large, and that they only have little or no influence on reducing it. Yet the reality of the users of mental health services remains that of social discrimination and often abuse and social ignorance of their type of experience. Most of the personnel identified the need for additional training.The priority issues for training included acquiring knowledge on users' cultures, translation skills or the use of professional interpreters from foreign languages in communication with users, learning of the skills needed for work with users, victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and homophobia.

Keywords:mainstreaming, audit tools, action plan, mental health, training

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