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Rad Bandit

Rad Bandit

Rad Bandit has over ten years of experience working on projects related to social justice, poverty issues, and community development in the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic. Over the last three years, Rad has focused specifically on gender-specific and queer homelessness. As the lead researcher at Jako doma – Homelike, an NGO in Prague, Rad has developed and is leading an ongoing narrative research into women’s homelessness. In summer 2015, within Community Solutions Program by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, Rad has carried out a narrative research into the phenomena of queer homelessness. 

Rad lived, worked and studied social work in the United Kingdom, and currently studies Social Policy at FSV UK in Prague, where he focuses on developing knowledge of participatory work and policy within social services. Rad lives in Prague and contributes to number of popular Czech civic magazines. Rad has completed two-year journey around the world.


Workshop: Abstract

This is our community!

This workshop brings an insight into a peer community of homeless people in American Seattle. Gender-specific and queer homeless community makes protective environment for one of the most excluded groups of people inside of the homeless population. They suffer with violence in personal relationships, exclusions from housing, trauma and family alienation because of not acceptance of transgender or homosexuality. The workshop offers also some examples of good practice inspired by approaches applied on the problematic of gender-specific homelessness.


Workshop 2017 Werner Schütze (DE)

Dr. Werner Schütze:

We wholeheartedly invite you to an experiential workshop, centered on the experience of being in dialogue. The workshop is suited for people who are interested in the field of mental health care, are currently working in the field, or wish doing so in future.

When: 24. - 25. 11. 2017
Where: Brno

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