Results of focus groups conducted in partner countries to to gain insights from mental health professionals about the significance of work and careers for Mental Health NEETs .
Disadvantaged targets & areas
Work4Psy project developed a Literature Review Report on work and education integration of NEETs, people with mental health issues and MH NEETs.
The objective of this transnational Research Report is to provide knowledge about human trafficking among youth in partner countries of the project, its methods of advancing, its exploitation and the different practices for emergence, identification and support for young victims.
This document contains a series of analytical papers on country-specific trends, reports, specific hate phenomena and types.
In this Hate Ontology, sCAN partners and members of the International Network Against Cyber Hate have researched the concepts and keywords that can signpost potential hate content on the Internet.
Innovative strategies and intervention methods for motivating young mothers to re-enter education, including guidelines for working with parents and peers and emergency management.
Approaches to support young mothers for the time they will have entered education in order to overcome crisis, doubts or other problems related to reentering education.
A Training Programme for trainers, tutors and educators.
A “Methodological Concept” constructing the framework of Health Points according to structure, modules, scenarios and techniques.
Elaborated Health Points e-Manual and webinar resources.
Developed a “Health Points Learning Platform”
Created an Impact Study report to provide improvements and to draw conclusions on the efficiency of the Health Points Programme.
Training contents aimed to help young mothers to understand and manage their feelings and behaviors and interact successfully with people around them.
BYMBE Report provides a background of education systems and childcare provision as well as support services in Austria, Bulgaria, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania and Spain.
An innovative approach based on professional and personal guidance and counselling to help young NEET mothers to find their own way into education and training and labour world.