ASPAYM Castilla y León participated last 15th December in the transnational meeting of the project «Exchange of good practices of healthy leisure for the prevention of addictions in young people» funded by the Erasmus Plus programme. This initiative is based on the exchange of good practices between Spain, Portugal, Romania, Poland and Cyprus on the prevention of addictions in young people through healthy leisure that arises from the need to seek preventive actions for addictions in young people, with special attention to the most vulnerable young people or those with fewer opportunities.
At the meeting, the status of the project was assessed, the fulfilment and development of the phases that have been worked on so far, as well as the new tasks and the steps to be taken were established. The material being worked on will gather information on behavioural and substance addictions among young people, as well as the analysis of the reality of substance use and the development of addictions among young people in each of the countries that are part of the project.
The project Exchange of good practices of healthy leisure for the prevention of addictions in young people is coordinated by the ASPAYM Castilla y León Foundation, with the partners Polska Akademia Rozwoju from Poland, AICSCC – GAMMA Institute from Romania, Dione Youth Organization from Cyprus and Rosto Solidario from Portugal.