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COPE project was presented at the International Conference Learning and Implementing Social Innovation

The COPE project was presented on November 8th in Coimbra, Portugal, at the International Conference Learning and Implementing Social Innovation – talking about Smart Healthy Age-Friendly Environments. This conference was co-organised by SHINE 2Europe, AFEdemy, NET4Age-Frienldy and Coimbra’s Nursing School. On the first day of this conference, in a plenary session named “People at the …

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International Conference: Learning and Implementing Social Innovation

On November 8th and 9th, we will talk about Smart Healthy Age-friendly Environments and Social Innovation in Coimbra. This conference is co-organised by the Nursing School of Coimbra, SHINE 2Europe and AFEdemy, and aims to share and discuss approaches, projects and best practices related to Social Innovation and how to implement and develop healthier and …

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COPE developed another training session on “Well-being and Social Support”

On 7 October, the COPE project developed another training session on “Well-being and Social Support”, the second part of module 6 “Community-based solutions”. From the National School of Public Health, NOVA University of Lisbon, with the collaboration of Ana Bandeira, Joana Henriques, Maria João Marques and Regina Alves, they talked about Intelligence and emotional intelligence, …

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COPE held a training and capacity building session about Community Based Solutions with Dan Hopewell

The C.O.P.E project held a training and capacity building session about Community Based Solutions with Dan Hopewell – Director of Knowledge and Innovation, Bromley by Bow Centre, London. A group of 30 linkworkers from Italy and Portugal discussed the topic with the aim of increasing their understanding of how community solutions can support people to …

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COPE was invited by the European Commission to participate in a fruitful discussion about the adequate minimum income in the European Union

Today, members of the COPE team were invited by the European Commission, in particular the Social Innovation Team of DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion to participate in a fruitful discussion about the adequate minimum income in the European Union. Different projects financed through the EaSi Programme participated and the aim was to discuss challenges …

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C.O.P.E. project held a training and capacity building session on the IPS model – Individual Placement Support

In the return after summer break, the C.O.P.E. project held a training and capacity building session on the IPS model – Individual Placement Support, a methodology to support the professional placement of people with mental disorders. The principles and methods of the IPS, phases of intervention, application in the field, fidelity and ways of integration …

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C.O.P.E. participated to the Closing conference of the 2014-2020 social innovation calls

On 10 and 11 May C.O.P.E. participated to the Closing conference of the 2014-2020 social innovation calls (EaSI – EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation), held in Brussels. The achievements of the Programme and 44 social experimentation projects were presented, followed by ️discussion with the participants.It has been a great moment of on-line/off-line sharing …

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The first newsletter of the C.O.P.E. project is out!

The first newsletter of the C.O.P.E. project was launched in July. This first edition includes more information about the project, methods and objectives, the training modules already carried out, the consortium meetings, the C.O.P.E. Consortium presentation, a summary of everything we have done in the last months. Read the newsletter here.