Welcome to European Union Programs - MEMBERS of the following research projects:

DAPHNE PROGRAM “R.E.M.A.T.C.H. RISK EVALUATION of MODELS of ASSISTANCE through TEMPORARY CHILDREN’s HOLIDAYS”
January to December 2003.
Study on temporary stays of foreign children for therapeutic purposes. In this project, we have been working with other entities from Italy, Germany, England and Belgium. The aim of the study was to see the organization and methodology used in each country, to welcome these children, with the aim of unifying Best Practice approaches and making the EU a proposal in order to improve our work in this area. Therefore, a fundamental part of the project involved conducting interviews with the heads of the host organizations and families.

LEONARDO DA VINCI PROGRAM “ID–FORCE”
From December 2002 to December 2005.
The project was aimed at evaluating and developing training materials for foster families.
It has been promoted by the “Association de Sauvegarde et de Promotion de la Personne” from France, with the collaboration of children associations and training centers from Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal and the UK.

AGIS PROGRAM “SPORTS ACTIVITIES FOR THE PREVENTION OF YOUTH VIOLENCE AND CRIME”
Sports activities for the prevention of youth violence.

Duration: 18 months. From December 2005 to June 2007.
AGIS is a framework program intended to help the police, judges and professionals from member countries of the European Union and the candidate countries, in order to cooperate in criminal matters and the fight against violence. The "Sports Activities for the Prevention of Youth Violence and Crime" project was developed in association with Germany and Portugal.

We are currently in the first phase of this project promoted by the German Association Camino Werkstatt, which aims at discovering to what extent sports are used as a way to prevent youth violence and at discussing its effectiveness in different countries of the European Union. At the end of it, a Best Practices Guide will be published.

OBJECTIVES
  • To know to what extent sports are used as a way to prevent youth violence.
  • To know and discuss its effectiveness in different countries of EU.
  • To produce a Best Practices Guide.




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