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Ceutí is a municipality of 10.34 km2, situated in the Southeast of Spain, in the Region of Murcia. Despite its small size, Ceutí has been a cultural reference point during the last 15 years and active in EU projects.
During the last years, this municipality is paying special attention to health promotion: It has adhered to the National Strategy for the Promotion of Health of the Ministry of Health in Madrid, whose main objective is that our population gain years of good health. Spanish Life Expectancy is one of the highest in the world (82.1 years), but people don’t reach high ages with a very good health condition (life expectancy with good health is 61.5 years for men and 59.4 years for women), so the strategy is based on preventive measures. Prevention was also one of the basis for the Gruntvig project “Power To Resist” in which Ceutí participated, which pursued to make adults aware of the importance of not being so permissive with children starting drinking alcohol at an early age, of the power of the mirroring effect and looked for a common message to transmit adults (parents and role models).

Viborg Municipality is the 9th largest municipality in Denmark (around 95.000 citizens).
Like the other Danish municipalities, Viborg Municipality is responsible for most citizen-focused services such as e.g. the social sector, primary and lower secondary education and child care when talking areas directly related to children and parents.
In SSP, we are currently increasing our focus on children and digital medias. In Denmark children get their own devices at a very early age. Too, they have access to these devices and the internet from their own room from early age. (75% of the 9-16 years old, EU-Kids Online, Livingstone, 2011). In addition, the municipalities/schools equips the children from 1st grade with Ipads. Meanwhile we see that the children are socially challenged in their everyday life – both at school and at home and the parents and teachers experience a lack of knowledge to understand their children and to interact with their children and create alternative activities.

ALIAT is a not-for-profit non-governmental organization, established in Bucharest-Romania in 1993 by mental health professionals. Currently ALIAT is the leading NGO in the addiction field (alcohol and other drugs) in Romania.
The main area of work: Prevention of alcohol and other drugs use and abuse, Treatment for the addicted people, Training for professionals working in the addiction field and Advocacy regarding public policies and national legislation in the field of addiction.
ALIAT is a founder of Romanian Harm Reduction Network (RHRN). „Harm Reduction” is a public health policy, aiming to reduce the risks associated with drug use. In the same time, „harm reduction” represents a set of strategies designed to reduce the negative consequences of drug use, starting with risk reduction and ending with controlled use and abstinence. Risk reduction interventions target the drug users and their use behaviour. ALIAT has been developing harm reduction programs since the year 2000.
Currently ALIAT has 55 employees and 7 treatment centers for alcohol and drug abuse throughout the country

The aim of the activities at the Club is to encourage the youth of courage, confidence, and above all, self-reliance. Youth itself performs various tasks, which are often their own ideas.
Very important element of the work of teachers in the Centre is working with the parents of participants of our classes. The purpose of such contact with a parent is to deliver proactive, motivating them to take educational interactions, which often require a change in themselves and in family environment. A common cause for contacts are also “difficulties” experienced by children, in consequence of that behavioural problems and taking risk behaviours can appear. If necessary we offer psychological support to parents. Some parents engage in our activities such as common events (Christmas Eve, St. Andrew’s Day, Children’s Day, etc.).
Finally, we run workshops for teachers, police, social workers and NGOs in the field of prevention work with children, youth and parents. We perform our tasks through meetings, organisation and implementation of prevention programs in city schools. We coordinate action to help families with alcohol problems, violence, or behavioural difficulties. We co-operate with the police, judiciary, social worker and NGOS.

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Iskenderun Youth and Education Association (ISKGED) was established on August, 18, 2008. ISKGED association is in the south of Turkey near the Syria border(about 60 km). As the association, we organize literacy, computer, textile, and vocational courses for young people who didn’t get any vocational education and people who have migrated to city from Syria so that they can adapt to city life.
By this way, we aim to ensure the required contributions for affairs in the institutions of Iskenderun and for all people especially for youngsters. Moreover, our association gives a public services without distinction of religion, language, race, age group, ethnic origin, belief, region, whole people in living there (especially women, youth and children including disabled in society) youth, gender equality, environment , health, human rights, disability rights, children’s rights, consumer rights, cultural rights, civil rights, social exclusion, discrimination of all kinds struggle, equality, democracy and good governance, culture, art, gender, health and welfare, education , the environment, rural development, tourism, environmental protection and nature conservation, urban development-beautification, preschool education, children sent to school, child labour cultural heritage.

Long-experienced in EU project – it is the ideal subject for the creation of innovative products because since 1998 it has realized more than 230 European projects gaining a great experience in different fields e.g. communication, comics, picture books, interactive games, multimedia CD, Web animation, short films and cartoons. The project coordinator is bringing the experience coming from the involvement in a large number of EU projects (Youth, Media, LdV, Grundtvig) and the knowledge acquired as learner and transmitted as trainer about VET, Open Space Technology, International Marketing, Creative Problem Solving, EU project management, professional Budgetary Control, Quality control and management, Economy, Collaborative Consumption, Creative Commons, Gamification of Learning, Exploitation and Dissemination strategies and methodologies. The experience the staff gained by is important in terms of content for the MOOC and materials but also in managing a group coming from different cultures and background.

The fundamental task of the Institute is to preserve and improve the health of the population in the area in which it operates. From the document “Picture of Health of Varazdin County” (2003.) That the leading public health problems of our county of chronic non-communicable diseases, allergic and malignant diseases and diseases of addiction.
These public health problems are among the group of preventable diseases and require a multidisciplinary approach to this important connection and impact on local health policy using the strategy of health promotion. It is supposed to move away from the action to the risk groups on the effects on risk factors. The Institute with its activities and experts, in cooperation with local governments, other health and non-health institutions and non-governmental organizations should and can respond to the challenges.