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Second Transnational Meeting,
The second transnational project meeting took place via Skype on the 18th and 19th of June 2020, due to the global pandemic preventing travel. Despite being held online, the meeting was still very productive and gave the partnership the chance to discuss the progress of the project. IO1 and the first draft of the MH+ Charter was discussed, which will inform the Benchmarking Tool for IO2. The development of the Benchmarking Tool was also discussed among partners, and this was done by looking at the Gender+ Benchmarking Tool and considering the ways it could be adapted for this project. The second day focused on project dissemination and quality, and also allowed us to complete the Impact+ exercise again as we each have a better understanding of the project and the target audiences.
We are looking forward to developing each of these resources, and keep an eye out for the MH+ Charter!
Kick-off Meeting in Valladolid,
Spain - November 2019
Fundacíon INTRAS hosted the kick-off meeting of the Mental Health+ project, which took place in Valladolid on the 19th and 20th of November 2019. The partnership discussed the state of mental health inclusion in the partners' countries, and the opportunities and challenges to a more embracing and inclusive training provision. The coordinator, aspire-igen, lead an Impact+ workshop which helped the partnership understand the key impacts of the project which helped to set success indicators. Fundacíon INTRAS presented the timeline of IO1 - the consortium will conduct desk research and field interviews to identify the best practices and emergent trends across Europe into mental health inclusion. Based on the findings, the partnership will develop a Mental Health+ Charter which will set out the minimum requirements an organisation needs to conform to in order to consider its provisions mental health inclusive. For more current information, follow the Mental Health+ Facebook page -
Mental Health+ is an Erasmus+ project
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