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Empowering women at risk – FEMIS project kicked-off in Turku PDF Print E-mail

On Monday 12 November, a new international project – “FEMIS-Gender specific drug and alcohol abuse prevention: Nordic-Russian social initiative for vulnerable women at risk” has its kick-off at the office of the Baltic Region Healthy Cities Association in Turku. Project partners from Russia, Finland, Norway and Sweden met to discuss how to best support the women in crisis situations, and what kind of skills the social workers need to facilitate the empowerment of the target group. The project is supported by the Nordic Council of Ministres.

Last Updated on Thursday, 15 November 2018 14:44
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MUCH MORE - more opportunities for men with past addition problem - study visit to Riga PDF Print E-mail

MUCH MORE project partners from Gävle, Turku and Riga gathered together in Riga on a study visit on 16-17 October to share the gained experience in working with men with past addiction problems, exchange ideas for peer group activities and discuss the plans for further actions.

Last Updated on Monday, 22 October 2018 06:26
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Open the Door for Reading - Turku's inspirations for multinational learning PDF Print E-mail

In the middle of beautiful autumn and during the October - Reading Month in Turku, the partners of Erasmus + Open the Door for Reading project met in Finland on 10 to 12 October. Meeting in Turku was one of the possibilities to exchange knowledge and design and promote on-going practices between the partners from Gothenburg, Bristol and Milan.

Last Updated on Friday, 26 October 2018 07:14
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BRHCA's MUCH MORE promoted at the WHO International Healthy Cities Conference 2018 in Belfast PDF Print E-mail

There was a crowd of people from all round the world discussing and learning about the projects and achievements of participating associations, organizations and cities, which are presented in posters at the International Healthy Cities Conference 2018 that took place 1-4 October at Waterfront in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The moderate poster walk was one of the multifaceted and interesting program of the conference.

Last Updated on Monday, 08 October 2018 14:56
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Public sector meets health IT companies at the match-making event in Vilnius - BaltCityPrevention project PDF Print E-mail

The BaltCityPrevention – "Baltic cities tackle lifestyle related diseases" project aims at bringing together the public and private sectors for improved health promotion and prevention in the municipalities. One of the ways to do it are the match-making events, which give the opportunity for those two worlds to meet. The recent event of this kind was organized on 27 September in Vilnius, Lithuania, in the connection to Life Sciences Baltics 2018 conference.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 September 2018 12:23
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