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The social added value of early childhood bonding - study presentation

On 26 January 2021, the NPO Competence Center of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration together with SAFE founder Karl-Heinz Brisch invited to the study presentation "Social and economic added value of the SAFE - "Safe Education for Parents" - programme by means of a Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis".

The study presentation took place via Zoom and more than 90 participants accepted our invitation to the virtual event room. This virtual event made it possible for participants from all over the German-speaking world to attend, which is a clear advantage to a live event.

On the SAFE project page you can download a detailed review of the study presentation.

This event was divided into two parts and included the following points:

1. Summary of key findings

  • Presentation of SAFE® courses and the bonding concept (Karl-Heinz Brisch)

  • Summary of the central study results of the SROI analysis on the SAFE® programme (Christian Grünhaus, Flavia-Elvira Bogorin)

  • Discussion, Q&A

2. Detailed insight into the results of the study and reports from practice

  • How do SAFE® courses work? - Field report by Brigitte Forstner, SAFE® mentor

  • Presentation of the ongoing SAFE longitudinal study with focus on long-term     effects (Karl-Heinz Brisch)

  • Presentation of the concept of a "Social Return on Investment (SROI)" analysis (Christian Grünhaus, Flavia-Elvira Bogorin)

  • Detailed presentation of the study results of the SROI analysis on the SAFE programme (Christian Grünhaus, Flavia-Elvira Bogorin)

  • How do SAFE® courses work? - Martin Ofner, head social worker of the municipality of Leibnitz, reports on his experiences

  • Discussion, Q&A session

Speakers study presentation
Flavia Bogorin
Researcher, WU Vienna
Christian Grünhaus
Senior Researcher, WU Vienna
Brigitte Forstner
SAFE mentor
Karl-Heinz Brisch
Founder SAFE