Projects

The ENSEC Chairs are glad to announce the network’s availability to support and be part of research initiatives carried out by its member. We would be happy to promote any research projects you are carrying out in your own countries or at an international level, by disseminating it through our network, including our website, Facebook, and newsletter.
We also offer to write letters of interest/support/endorsement for projects related to our area.

Currently, ENSEC is supporting a European projects under the Erasmus Plus programme as associate partners.
We invite therefore all our members to think about the opportunities provided by our network to promote and support the research initiatives of its members.


Please contact: annalisa.morganti@unipg.it

Supported projects

ECO-IN

Algorithm for new Ecological approaches to Inclusion (ECO-IN) is an Erasmus + Key Actions 3 project co-funded by the European Commission (2019-2022). ECO-IN project is an evidence – based, cross – European study aimed at testing, monitoring and assessing the impact of innovative ecological training and supporting strategies, aimed at different players engaged in inclusion (school heads, teachers, parents, experts inside and outside school, policy-makers) for improving education systems and achieve equity and equal opportunities for all. The project builds on a close collaboration between 5 European Countries (Italy, Spain, Romania, Lithuania, Belgium) and a multi-partnership of Universities, social and governmental entities, structured to provide horizontal and vertical improvement and upscaling actions.

PROMEHS

Promoting Mental Health at Schools

PROMEHS is an Erasmus + Key Actions 3 project co-funded by the European Commission (2019-2022) designed to develop, implement and evaluate a mental health promotion curriculum in schools, serving to create a bridge between evidence-based school programs and educational Institutions, thus linking research, practice and policies. 

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