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On 29th November, the Research Institute of Social Welfare Policy -Polibienestar- of the University of Valencia, will participate in the seminar “Social Welfare Policies in the European Union: Innovation and sustainability through socio-technical research”. In this seminar, which will take place at the headquarters of the European Parliament in Brussels, will be presented innovative and oriented interdisciplinary research solutions to address the new European social challenges arising from the research of excellence led by Polibienestar,
Next Friday, 2nd December, from 12.00 to 13.30 the webinar “CANCERLESS Webinar: Addressing Fragmented Health and Accessibility of Cancer and Care Systems for people experiencing homelessness” will take place. This webinar will be of interest to professionals working in health, social and community service settings with HCPs and other disadvantaged groups in greatest need of integrated care. Register here The webinar presents the EU-funded project “CANCERLESS: Cancer Prevention and Early Detection among Homeless People in
In its latest stage, the seredipe project publishes its third impact article entitled “The impact of long-term care needs on the socio-economic deprivation of older people and their families: A scoping protocol”. Te name of the Project is “Socio-economic deprivation related to the effect of the presence of dependent older people: strategies for innovative policies in Europe (SEreDIPE), funded by the European Commission from Horizon 2020 MSCA-IF-2019 (grant agreement n.888102). If you want to know
Find out the fourth newsletter of the iHERE project Find out the latest news about the European iHERE Project, which focuses on digital literacy education for vulnerable groups HERE The i-HERE project targets disadvantaged and vulnerable social groups, such as migrants and refugees, people with health problems and low income, unemployed and groups at risk of exclusion and/or poverty. If you want to know more about the project visit this link      
On November 10 and 11, the kick off meeting of the European project Mentor+ is being held in Trento, Italy. This project, which is funded by the Erasmus + program of the European Commission, has as its main objective to create a healthy telework program focused on three areas: physical, mental and nutritional. The project will develop this program in three different sectors, companies, public administration and non-profit social organizations. During these days, the project