The students participates in the development of an interactive exhibition aimed at 4th grade students from secondary son prevention of drug addiction (alcohol, tobacco and pills) and prevention of HIV and sexual health.
Students perform a social function of accompanying and providing emotional support to the elderly, facilitating a generational exchange
URV students learn to transmit health advice and reflect on the need to train the population and therefore improve their quality of life in general
This project, in addition to developing skills in students, aims to promote health literature in the community.
The metaphor of butterflies travelling in conveying beauty is the driving force of Biobeauty which aims to convey the culture of beauty, the stimulus to curiosity into constructive social interaction, concrete actions in solidarity with the local communities.
We are professionals in the Psychology of Disability and that commitment must be a constant ethics in any professional and personal path from the very beginning of university training in the Degree of Psychology.
Third-year bachelor’s degree students in sports management organized physical practices for schoolgirls to raise students’ awareness of this issue of girls’ sports participation.
The student in charge, will develop a summary of the Final Degree works, which have addressed the theme of the lifestyle, activities and public space of seniors in the city of Madrid.
New forms of living arrangements for the elderly in Madrid city from the renovation and design of public space
Students achieve a first professional approach to urban planning, while interacting with the different agents involved in a townin all phases of the project.
We have worked with a focus on the elderly to think about new forms of social and care community life as weel as to design safe and atractive urban itineraries.
A group of students of Communication Sciences, Marketing and Digital Media wanted to respond to the social problem of eating disorders in young people.
Focus on psychological wellbeing and related stigma, lack of awareness about the benefits of a psychological pathway, and limited financial incentives to access such services.
Aimed at young foreigners from 14 to 18 years old designed to promote their social and cultural integration and to provide them with personal and professional tools suitable for a more effective integration into the world of work
Due to COVID-19 senior residents of nursing homes in Croatia were isolated for months and were lacking diverse activities and social interaction with people outside the nursing homes.
Our concept of Service-Learning encompasses a wide variety of formats:
• Service-Learning classes
• Mentoring programs
• Civic engagement in student initiatives
• Engagement Transfer
• Civic Engagement Certificate
Development of materials that can be used by the Psychologist of Residential Establishments for Elderly People for the relief of symptoms of Grief, Anxiety, Depression and Burnouts shown by formal caregivers during the pandemic.
To support the families of the diocese to take care of their weakest members, namely the chronically ill and the very elderly, providing or facilitating access to various types of support.
Since May 12, 2020, several training sessions have been held on COVID-19 preventive measures, via videoconference. The first took place for professionals in Residential Structures for the Elderly.
Students of the Integrated Master’s Degree in Dental Medicine (MIMD) will promote Oral Health to residents with special needs and their formal and informal caregivers.
To train students for civic intervention, as health promoters, preventing disease and building a healthy society, where raising these experiences is also educating for citizenship with repercussions for social cohesion.
Develop an intervention within the scope of Community Nutrition with vulnerable children and young people with a view to raising awareness about the acquisition of healthy eating habits.
Carrying out tasks mainly based on providing educational support and leisure activities for persons in a situation of or at risk of social exclusion
SL Network that promotes Innovation and Knowledge Transfer between professors, researchers, and university students
To design technological solutions in health through a collaborative and user-centred approach in order to generate social impact, thinking about the direct relationship between students and functional diversity children.
This S-L experience is a hybrid example, joining international, domestic and virtual service-learning.
Manifesto of 10 Positive Attitudes to raise awareness among young people about bullying and cyberbullying in order to prevent it. It is an interdisciplinary project.
Their service was an Advocacy Service-Learning activity aimed at raising awareness about issues of public interest.
The service aim of this programme was to help people overcome the feeling of social isolation, maintain social contacts with other people and share their feelings.
As loneliness amongst student populations and older adults is well-documented, this module aims to address this issue, by bringing the groups together in a structured, academic and yet informal, way.
Creating educational material for primary school children in the area of Reading and Mathematics in order to offer direct teaching to compensate, as far as possible, for the lack of schooling caused by COVID-19.
Vulnerable people will be helped through inclusive and social education, fair and equal treatment and healthy and respectful habits through sport.
The interdisciplinary and international service-learning experience include 25 students from 10 countries, 6 Universities and 13 different Master programs.
Several NGOs in Romania in charge with animal shelters and animal protection have communicated through social media their needs for persons to volunteer/ help them with the activities at the shelters during the pandemic periods.
The project aims to promote oral health in people with disabilities. The methodology combines service learning with inter-professional education, through the collaborative work of dentistry students.
To improve the mental health of the population by providing psychological assistance to young people and adults through practical psychology and protection of spiritual, mental and social health.
Students develop their knowledge of organizations of the social sphere, especially working with combatants, developed skills of research and communication and found a lack of organizations providing social services
Post COVID: “Journalism and Citizenship, a Practical Introduction” wants students to reflect on the importance of (hyper)local journalism for the local (Brussels) community.
Post COVID: Public Home for children and youth without parental care. During the last 12 months after COVID restrictions we tried to maintain the contact between the students and the children online, but this has not substituted in any way the in-person experience.
42 master students worked alongside the employees of six Antwerp social enterprises with the particular aim to foster social inclusion and social well-being via active employment.
Study on service-learning experiences carried out at the Complutense University of Madrid. In this study it was found that the use of Service-Learning methodology was very limited
To sensitize students to the true needs of families of children with rare diseases, beyond the necessary but insufficient focus on the child’s disease.
Responding to the community needs in times of the natural disaster, after the 6.4 earthquake in Albania in November 2019.Temporary accommodation, tents, social, psychological and edutainment services were offered to the affected families.
Evaluate the psychological consequences of Covid-19; raise awareness of sleep disorders resulting from Covid-19; spread solutions to this problem.
“I’m like you” born from a group of 3 psychology students who decided to face the cyberbullying problem. They had opened an Instagram page “Io come te” (I’m like you) to raise awareness on this issue, felt even more urgent because, during the pandemic, social media were the only way to have relationships with others.
Inclusive educational event that offers an opportunity for all people to come together on an equal platform to share, learn or extend skills, knowledge, and expertise leading to sustainable livelihoods.
Our service objective is to educate in oral health, motivating people with different abilities to promote autonomy in their oral hygiene habits.
Promotes social inclusion of marginalized children by developing comprehensive and stable socio-educational projects permanently adapted to emerging needs.
To help to know the current labour market, design the professional profile, access tools for job search, prepare individual and group job interviews, for vunerable peple.
Working as a group, and trying to help Elder people to fight against the problem of lonelyness has been more satisfying than we ever expected.