MENS – Mental European Network of Sport events

MENS – Mental European Network of Sport events

MENS – Mental European Network of Sport events

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To develop a documented and evidence based approach of the use of sports in the treat of mental illness
  • To establish a European Mental Health Sports Network
  • To increase public awareness on the necessity of a new specific approach on the conjunction of Sport with Mental Health through an EU wide Awareness Campaign

  • Desk reviewing for recording national policies and good practices conjugating sports and mental health
  • Creating of models for sport events involving mentally ill at a local and national level as parts of the “Sports for All” movement
  • Conducting of policy documentation papers for critical scientific issues on the use of sports in rehabilitation of mental health

  • MENS Awareness Campaign in European level aiming at building a defined framework for the connection
    of Sport with Mental Health
  • Establishment of the ‘Mental European Network of Sport events’ and related European Conference

  • Coordinator: EDRA – The “Social Cooperative Action for Vulnerable Groups” (Greece)
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens – School of Physical Education and Sport Science (Greece)
  • KENT University School of Physical Sciences (United Kingdom)
  • COSS Marche (Italia) * Fundacion Intras (Spain)
  • EUFAMI European Network (Belgium)
  • Sporium Spor Kulübü – Golbasi Sporium Spor Kulübü ve Dernegi (Turkey)
  • Asociacija Aukstelkes Specialiosios Olimpiados Klubas – ASOK Asociacija “aukstelkesok” (Lithuania)
  • Ozara Zavod Maribor (Slovenia)
  • Rijeka Disability Sports Association (Croatia)
  • Villa Montesca (Italy)
  • ANARP (Portugal)
  • First Fortnight (Ireland)
  • MEH Merseyside Expanding Horizons LTD (United Kingdom)
  • Municipality of Galatsi (Greece)
  • FOKUS Sdružení pro péči o duš.nemocné (Czech Republic)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Date of project: 01/01/2017 – 30/06/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Erasmus+ Sport: Support to Collaborative Partnerships

Contact:

CESIE: stefania.giambelluca@cesie.org


JUST SPORT – Fight against doping on grassroots level

JUST SPORT – Fight against doping on grassroots level

JUST SPORT – Fight against doping on grassroots level

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To raise awareness, among youths Recreationists in fitness centres and all beginners in grassroots level recreational sports, of a whole lot of negative consequences caused by using supplements with harmful additives
  • To increase the awareness about dangers of doping intake and its negative health consequences and, last but not least
  • To provide anti-doping education and prevention programmes aimed at fostering the fundamental values that underpin recreational activities and informing youth of the moral, legal and health consequences of recreational activities

  • Needs Identification: Survey and analysis of existing documents in anti-doping
  • Development of the anti-doping training module tailor-made for trainers in fitness centres: General information’s on doping, which are prohibited substances and methods, consequences of doping, proper diet; Doping as a social phenomenon; Load in training
  • Implementing capacity building activities in all project partner countries
  • Participating in doping free recreational activities within the context of healthy means for healthy goals in coordination and long-term consultations with duly educated fitness trainers

  • JUST SPORT Needs Analysis and process Report
  • 5-day JUST SPORT Event in all project partner countries: [3-day] Working sessions for fitness trainers where the newly developed anti-doping training module will be implemented. [2-day] Round tables for recreationists in fitness centres, owners of fitness centres, decision makers (local and national competent authorities), other sports organizations and wide public
  • Guidelines for future activities promoting anti-doping and healthy nutrition as a healthy lifestyle
  • JUST SPORT mobile application for mapping healthy fitness centres and fitness experts

  • Coordinator: Rijeka Sport’s Association (Croatia)
  • SLOADO (Slovenia)
  • Bulgarian Sports Development Association (Bulgaria)
  • Municipio de Mirandela (Portugal)
  • Vasterbottens Idrottsforbund – Swedish Sports Confederation (Sweden)
  • CESIE (Italy)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/01/2017 – 30/06/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Education and Training, Erasmus+ Sport: Support to Collaborative Partnerships

Contact: CESIE: emiliano.mungiovino@cesie.org


EUROPE – Ensuring Unity and Respect as Outcomes for the People of Europe

EUROPE – Ensuring Unity and Respect as Outcomes for the People of Europe

EUROPE – Ensuring Unity and Respect as Outcomes for the People of Europe

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To promote social inclusion, tolerance, non-discrimination and other factors that prevent violence in school through an innovative approach known as Quiet Time, which uses the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique
  • To adapt and transfer the chosen good practice in 3 countries (Nederland, Sweden and Portugal), targeting schools with minority students and those with disadvantaged or migrant backgrounds
  • To foster the role of education in preventing bullying and violent radicalisation and promoting intercultural understanding, social cohesion and mutual respect in society

  • Analysis of the status quo, the Quiet Time method and preparation for partners for the method application
  • Implementation of the Quiet Time programme in the schools in a European context
  • Study visit at the 2 schools in England and the Netherlands where partners have already been applying the best practice, involving educational authorities that support the project as well as the school staff and students

  • Scientific Articles published in specialized journals, websites and presentations in seminars and congresses
  • Manual of best practices and road map to guide policy makers in the implementation of the Quit Time programme in other contexts
  • Creation of sustained support structures, including a European expert centre for the implementation of the Quiet Time method

  • Coordinator: Fondazione Hallgarten Franchetti – Centro Studi Villa Montesca (Italy)
  • Stichting Hogeschool Utrecht [Utrecht University of Applied Sciences] (The Netherlands)
  • Universidade do Algarve (Portugal)
  • Agrupamento de Escolas João de Deus [Teacher Training Centre] (Portugal)
  • Maharishi School Trust Limited (United Kingdom)
  • Stichting Maharishi Onderwijs Nederland (The Netherlands)
  • Maharishi Foundation England (United Kingdom)
  • APEJAA – Associação de Pais e Encarregados de Educação da Escola João Afonso De Aveiro (Portugal)
  • Cooperativa Cultural Ciencia Tecnologia Vedica Maharishi, CCCT (Portugal)
  • MIKI – SVERIGE [Maharishi Institut for Kreativ Intelligen] (Sweden)
  • Stichting Maharishi Vedisch Instituut (Sweden)
  • CESIE (Italy)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 31/12/2016 – 30/12/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ Key Action 3 – Initiatives for policy innovation – Social inclusion through education, training and youth

Contact: CESIE: ruta.grigaliunaite@cesie.org

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A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a  European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

A.T.H.E.N.A. – Addressing Training to SPOC as Hub of a European Network of law enforcement Agencies

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To offer comprehensive training on the different EU police communication channels and EU information exchange mechanisms and instruments
  • To exchange best practices regarding the functioning of Single Points of Operational Contact (SPOCs), and/or to establish a format for regular contacts of SPOC heads and staff, focusing on training needs and activities
  • To identify common workflow requirements for SPOCs in Member States and development of related guidelines as a basis for SPOC staff training

  • Developing an effective coordination of training on law enforcement information exchange for SPOCs staff and relevant SPOC “stakeholders”
  • Organising awareness campaigns on SPOCs activities
  • Promoting a common law enforcement culture and creation of a consolidated proactive network of SPOC Heads and staff
  • Creating a repository of good practices regarding training on EU law enforcement information exchange, taking into account related existing curricula and results of related initiatives
  • Setting up of an European Network of SPOC staff and Heads of SPOC

  • National quality manual for international law enforcement cooperation
  • SPOC training platform (on line learning modules, webinar, educators’ support)
  • SPOC Roadshows, local seminars for raising interest in SPOC activities in favor of field officers
  • Study visits in EU and EU associated countries, Workshop on study visit outcomes, Meeting for discussion on SPOC training tools proposals, training strategy – modules included

  • Coordinator: Ministero dell’Interno – Direzione Centrale della Polizia Criminale – SCIP Servizio per la Cooperazione Internazionale di Polizia (Italy)
  • State Police Latvia (Latvia)
  • General Inspectorate of Romanian Police (Romania)
  • The Malta Police Force (Malta)
  • Ministry of Interior – International Operational Cooperation (Bulgaria)
  • Ministry of Interior – Deputy State Secretariat for EU and International Relations (Hungary)
  • Belgian Federal Police (Belgium)
  • Southeast European Law Enforcement Center – SELEC (Romania)
  • CESIE (Italy)

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Dates of project: 01/11/2016 30/04/2019

DG of reference: DG HOME, Internal Security Fund – Police, Law Enforcement Training [HOME/2015/ISFP/AG/LETX]

Contact: CESIE athena@cesie.org


CONVEY – Counteracting sexual violence and harassment: Engaging Youth in schools in digital education on gender stereotyping

CONVEY – Counteracting sexual violence and harassment: Engaging Youth in schools in digital education on gender stereotyping

CONVEY – Counteracting sexual violence and harassment: Engaging Youth in schools in digital education on gender stereotyping

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To develop peer-to-peer approaches to education and awareness-raising on sexual violence and harassment against women by training young people on the effects of gender stereotyping and sexualisation in digital media
  • To educate and contribute to behavioural change of young people in the field of sexual violence, harassment and gender stereotyping by developing an educational simulation game and a pilot creative programme of gender equality and sexual education, critical digital media literacy
  • To foster the respect of women’s rights and dignity in schools through a train-the-trainer programme for teachers on the prevention of gender stereotyping and sexualisation in the digital society

  • Involvement of 14-18 year-olds as peer consultants to provide inputs and feedback to the development of the CONVEY online simulation game
  • Establishment of an adult expert consulting group integrating professional external knowledge and experiences in the delivering of project’s activities
  • Creation of an online simulation game (and linked training materials) as educational tool to awareness raising and prevention against sexual violence and harassment
  • Organising workshops for teachers and educators by empowering with knowledge and tools to become trainers with innovative approaches on project’s sensitive issues
  • Developing a social media campaign against sexual violence & sexual harassment

  • Videos with testimonials on sexual harassment and sexual violence as experienced by sexual violence survivors
  • CONVEY Online simulation Game and UserManual
  • CONVEY Pilot Programme: Train-the-Trainers (ToT) workshops and Training Kit for teachers; local workshops for young people
  • Policy Recommendations for key educational and policy stakeholders
  • CONVEY Social Awareness Campaign against sexual violence and sexual harassment
  • Research report on CONVEY behavioural change effect on young people
  • Final local seminars and transnational conference

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • Gender Alternatives Foundation (Bulgaria)
  • “Hope For Children” UNCRC Policy Center (Cyprus)
  • The Smile of the Child (Greece)
  • Sexual Violence Centre Cork (Ireland)
  • Westminster City Council (United Kingdom)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/09/2016 – 28/02/2019

DG of reference: DG JUST Directorate D: Equality Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme – Action Grants to support transnational projects to combat sexual harassment and sexual violence against women and girls

Contact: CESIE: noemi.deluca@cesie.org

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