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"Teaching to Be" - for children and young people's health by promoting teachers' wellbeing

"Teaching to be" is a three-year international project, ending in 2024, to develop and explore innovative teaching and professional development strategies that support teachers' psycho-physical well-being. The latter is the foundation of a positive emotional climate and good relationships, which are key components of a stimulating learning environment in which students learn and develop optimally.

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EU-Dap ("Outlaws") school prevention programme

The "Outlaws" programme is the school's addiction prevention curriculum. The programme aims in particular to reduce the number of adolescents starting to use drugs (including alcohol and tobacco), to delay the onset of drug use as late as possible and/or to postpone the transition from

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Establishment of an NGO prevention platform in the field of addiction prevention (Prevention Platform I - 2010-2012)

The project with the full title "Establishment of a Prevention Platform of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in the field of addiction prevention" (in short "Prevention Platform") brought together three reputable and experienced partner organisations in the period 2010-2012: the Institute for Research and Development "Utrip", the Association of Drug Associations of Slovenia, the Red Cross of Slovenia and the Youth Association "No Excuse".

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Online Self-Harm Support for Youth

In 2011-2012, we were involved in the implementation of the European project "Online Self-Harm Support for Youth", co-funded by the European Commission through the Daphne III programme. The project was led by the renowned British organisation YouthNet, London, and in addition to the Utrip Institute, the following partners were involved

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ProSkills

In the framework of the project "Promotion of social and personal skills in socially unprivileged young adults" (ProSkills) (2006-2008), co-funded by the European Commission (Lifelong Learning Programme), we have developed an educational concept for the needs of the education of adults working with socially unprivileged young adults.

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European project "Triangle" (2013-2014)

The project aims to bring together six organisations from three EU Member States (Portugal, Lithuania and Slovenia) to build a coalition of equal partners in the field of youth health protection in the field of alcohol policy. The structure of the partnerships is set up in such a way that national

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SPAN (Society for Prevention Academic Network)

In early 2013, a new European network of 32 universities and research institutions in the field of prevention (Science for Prevention Academic Network) was launched, which will be more actively involved in the future, in particular in the prevention of non-communicable diseases. These diseases include, for example, cancer,

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IREFREA

In 2005-2008, we participated for the first time in a European project entitled "The Recreational culture as a tool to prevent risk behaviour" (Recreational-Prev), which was co-funded by the European Commission (Public Health Programme). As part of the project, we carried out the following activities

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STEPS

STEPS is the acronym of the European project "Strengthening Engagement in Public Health Research", which ran from 2009 to 2011 under the 7th Framework Programme under the financial auspices of the European Commission. The project was led by University College

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Training and seminars

In addition to the above-mentioned projects, we have and will continue to conduct a number of trainings and seminars on risky behaviour of children and adolescents, quality parenting, self-harm behaviour, eating disorders, addiction prevention, etc. UTRIP organises a number of study visits for various stakeholders (e.g. NGOs and local communities). Depending on the demand, we can also organise targeted trainings, refresher trainings and study visits on the above-mentioned topics. Inquiries can be sent by email to info@institut-utrip.si.

 

Help and advice on how to benefit from EU funding

In addition to all these activities, the Institute also provides assistance and advice on the use of EU funds. In particular, we assist NGOs in Slovenia and abroad in obtaining EU funding in the fields of health, lifelong learning, drugs and addiction. Inquiries can be sent by email to info@institut-utrip.si