A seminar will be held in the European Commission offices in Dublin, on ‘Promoting Health and Well-Being in the Young’. The seminar is aimed at the provision of a pilot programme for young persons who have been convicted of criminal offences.
- European Commission Office, Europe House, 12-14 Mount Street, Dublin 2
- Friday 8 April
- To register for the seminar please contact Maureen Mulligan, email@example.com
Please see further details below:
COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIP (Local & Regional)
Partnership action for addressing mental health with histories of harm and the well-being of children and young people in prisons and communities. Policies need to ensure a health care sustainable infrastructure. We need innovative well-being research to strengthen options. Large inequalities exist in the provision of health care for vulnerable young people effected by family injury, cultural deprivation, and trauma. The object of the seminar includes invitation for collaboration on a local and regional level in Horizon 2020 in the multi-disciplinary Integrated Infrastructure in the care of young people.
Chair Matt Carthy MEP
Prof. Giovanni Maria Ruggiero
Surgeon Doctor, Specialist in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Sigmund Freud University
Prof. Dr. Surya Bahadur Karki Nepal
Ministry of Health Nepal, Member Ministry of Education Nepal, Chairman Institute of Natural Medicine Nepal