The Erasmus+ project Promoting Positive Mental Health in the European Youth Sector concerns the promotion of positive mental health for young people, which is one of the main pillars of the European Youth Strategy and a stated Youth Goal arising from the European Youth Forum. Working in collaboration with project partners in Europe and the youth work sector in Ireland, the project aims to promote positive mental health practices in youth work settings by developing a framework, practical tools and pilot training for promoting the mental health and wellbeing of young people aged 16-25 years.
The Health Promotion Research Centre in NUI Galway, are responsible for developing a theoretical evidence-based framework that will form the basis for the development of a practical manual with a range of strategies that can be used by youth workers and organisations in promoting young people’s mental health.
As part of this project an organisational manual will be developed, focusing on the needs of youth organisations in promoting youth mental health and wellbeing. For this purpose, our partners have developed an online questionnaire to explore the needs and priorities of youth organisations across Europe in relation to promoting positive mental health.
We would greatly appreciate it if you could take the time to complete the online questionnaire by following the link below: