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EMPOWER.ment Training Week Reggio Emilia

EMPOWER.ment Training Week Reggio Emilia

The EMPOWER.ment project tries to include, integrate and empower people with mental health issues. The week has been full of meetings, work and cultural activities, all very important for the implementation of the project. The EMPOWER.ment training activities took place from the 6th June to the 10th June 2022 in Reggio Emilia, Italy. The Training week ended with an open conference at UNIMORE

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Dutch Empower.Ment

Dutch Empower.Ment

Dutch Empower.Ment

The Dutch EMPOWER.Ment transnational project meeting on Monday and Tuesday November 29-30th 2021 in Area071, at Leiderdorp was a very successful event. It was the first time the partnership organisations met each other face-to-face. The partnership could do a lot of work. Just a few days before the meeting took place the Dutch partial lockdown was implemented. Fortunately did had no impact on the success and progress made. The project introduces and ensures empowerment and inclusive support for people with severe mental health disease (SMHD), through preparation (training), mindset (toolkit) and supervision (guide) for volunteers, family/friends, professionals and students. The Empower.Ment project is co-funded by Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Union.

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Dutch Host Meeting Empower.ment Partnership

Dutch Host Meeting Empower.ment Partnership

The EMPOWER.Ment project has hits first transnational project meeting in The Netherlands. On Monday and Tuesday November 29-30th 2021 the partnership wil meet in Area071, at Leiderdorp. The project introduces and ensures empowerment and inclusive support for people with severe mental health disease (SMHD), through preparation (training), mindset (toolkit) and supervision (guide) for volunteers, family/friends, professionals and students. The Empower.Ment project is co-funded by Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Union.

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Empower.Ment

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Empower.Ment
People with disabilities, people with severe mental health diseases, experience the greater level of social exclusion, due to various reasons, with lack of knowledge, ignorance and stigma being the predominant ones among them. In other words, it is not the condition per se of the people with severe mental health disease that obliges them to not participate in social activities, work, live like all, but the beliefs that surround their condition and them in general.

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