The project “Exchange of good practices of healthy leisure for the prevention of addictions in young people” is an 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 young people most vulnerable or with fewer opportunities.
Reduce the presence and promotion of addictive behaviors in young people through the exchange of good practices carried out in different contexts.
- Analyze the context and variables of addictions in each of the countries of origin that are part of the project.
- Identify specific guidelines to develop preventive actions in the field of healthy or alternative leisure with young people.
- Evaluate prevention proposals that have been carried out at the local and regional level with young people from each country.
- Create action guidelines aimed at the implementation and development of healthy leisure practices with young people.
The results of the project will be reflected in a decalogue of good practices that will contain the analysis of the addiction situation in young people in each country, the evaluation of preventive proposals, the characteristics that actions aimed at alternative leisure should have, and the guidelines for the formulation and execution of alternative leisure actions as a preventive method for addictions. This decalogue will be available once the project is completed and the entities that are part of the consortium will present it in those youth environments in which they participate, whether at local, regional, national or European level.
Decalogue of good practices
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First transnational online meeting of the project.
The first transnational meeting of the project “Exchange of good practices of healthy leisure for the prevention of addictions in young people” took place on the 15th of April. This project aims to find healthy leisure actions to prevent addictions in young people, financed by the Erasmus Plus programme and in which ASPAYM Castilla y León works together with four other European entities.
Transnational project meeting.
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 od addictions in young people” financed by the Erasmus Plus programme.
Last meeting of the project, funded by Erasmus Plus.
The project “Exchange of good practices of healthy leisure for the prevention of addictions in young people” financed by the Erasmus Plus programme, 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, which 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.
The project consortium is made up of five entities from Europe:
Fundación ASPAYM Castilla y León – Spain.
It is the coordinating entity of the project, with more than 25 years of experience in working with people with disabilities and the social inclusion of this group.
Rostro solidario – Portugal.
RS’s work aims to promote global citizenship and solidarity by improving the human and social development of local communities. The basic principles of RS are civic participation, social integration, solidarity, networking and association.
Dione Youth Organization – Cyprus.
Non-profit, non-governmental youth organization that has the objectives of The objectives of promoting Cypriot culture and motivating young people to participate in EU projects.
Polska Akademia Rozwoju – Poland.
Organization that works with people at risk of social exclusion that aims to support the development of society through sports, dance, art, circus pedagogy, laughter therapy and animation language.
Gamma Institute – Romania
It is an NGO that promotes and develops activities in the field of psychology, psychotherapy and mental health. In addition, he is engaged in the training of specialists in various branches of modern psychology.