Youth Hands in Hands for Combating Drug and Substance Abuse
The project‘‘Youth Hands in Hands for Combating Drug and Substance Abuse’ which is under Structured Dialogue: meetings between young people and decision-makers in the field of youth. The project started on 1 May 2018 and finished on 31st of January 2019.
The project contains 4 main activities. 3 of these activities took place in Istanbul, Turkey and one of the activities were implemented in Frankfurt, Germany.
The activities was Launching and Awareness-raising meeting, Exchanging good practices, Youth Hands in Hands Report Workshop and Dissemination and Awareness-raising meeting.
16 May 2018
15-18 October 2018
10-15 December 2018
8 January 2019
The project ‘Youth Hands in Hands for Combating Drug and Substance Abuse‘ was developed with cooperation of 3 national and 8 transnational partners.
The general aim of the project was to develop youth policy to combat against drug and substance abuse from the perspective of young people contribution by experts and decision makers.
These countries are Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, the Netherlands, Italy, Portugal, Germany and Turkey.
150 young people came up together with decision-makers and experts in Launching and Awareness-raising meeting and Dissemination and Awareness-raising meeting 58 young people, experts and decision-makers came up together to develop youth policy fight against drug and substance abuse.
The framework of the report and the training materials was shared as an output of to project in order to have follow up effect in local communities.
The report was a snapshot of the European drug and substance abuse situation based on the latest available information from EU monitoring activities were prepared during the “Youth Hands in Hands for Combating Drug and Substance Abuse”.
The seminars and training will be run during the project and also Youth Policy Report will be prepared with contributions of participants and decision makers. The participants developed their active participation in their society during the Youth Hands in Hands Report Workshop