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Intercultural healthcare services: Challenges and good practices

The importance of providing culturally sensitive healthcare services, though educating and raising awareness among health and social care professionals, was highlighted during the final conference of the I-CARE project, organised by KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre and the Laboratory of Hygiene and Epidimiology of Community and Public Health department of the University of […]

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Sexual harassment in the workplace: Promoting a zero-tolerance culture

Over half the participants in a study conducted by KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre in Greece, in the framework of the TEAMWORK project, reported having experienced sexual harassment in their professional lives.   On Tuesday 15 March 2022, 14.00-16.30 (CET), KMOP is hosting online the final conference of TEAMWORK, titled “Sexual harassment in

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Reframing welfare: Can new tools and approaches help us deliver shared prosperity?

Designing welfare policies, requires a deep understanding of complex social and economic phenomena. Phenomena that are often hard to be fully captured by conventional economic models and metrics such as GDP. Thus, over the last years, the academic community has tried to address this issue through the development of a beyond-GDP agenda which includes numerous

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Strengthening migrants’ participation in decision-making and integration policies

Α dynamic, intercultural society implies that all of its members are actively involved in the decision-making processes that concern their communities and their future. Migrants and refugees should be given a fair share in these processes, as they are the people who are most directly and profoundly affected by the decisions and integration policies implemented

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Assessing welfare disparities in European regions: Policy challenges & opportunities

Are people’s lives getting better over generations? Can policies improve our lives and welfare? Are we measuring the right things? These are important questions that both academics and policymakers seek to answer in order to design and implement policies that will reduce welfare disparities across European regions and will deliver prosperity. The “Reframing Welfare Policy

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Arty: a digital art therapy approach for youth with mental health conditions

Arty is the result of the cooperation of 7 European partners committed to developing an innovative art-therapy approach for youth with developing or existing mental health conditions. Arty project partnership is glad to launch the new project website: www.artyproject.eu Through the web platform we will share all the steps and outputs of the 24 months pan-European

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The STOP AR game is ready!

The STOP AR game that was developed as part of the Erasmus+ project “STOP – Stop child abuse through effective training and augmented reality” is ready and has been tested by the end users! The game is an AR quiz aiming to assist young individuals (9-18 years old) to understand the issue of sexual inappropriate

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Orient Anthology: a collection of practices, tools & methodologies on orienteering for social inclusion

Sports and physical activities are valuable motivators for social inclusion and integration, as they provide opportunities for marginalised and underprivileged groups of people – especially youth – to interact and integrate with other social groups.   KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre is participating in the European initiative ORIENT – Young explorers re-discover local

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The role of educators/youth workers in preventing and responding to child sexual abuse

Author: Stelios Stylianou, Emphasys Centre Every child has the right to be safe where he or she lives, learns and plays. While a parent may have the biggest influence on a child’s life when it comes to educating about healthy sexual development and reducing the risk of sexual abuse, those who work with children in

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