Project title: “What?! I’m not stressed!”
Nowadays young people are dealing with stress way more than previous young generations. General statistics worldwide show that there is a higher rate of stress issues among young people compared to adults. That is due to different issues such as peer conflict, bullying at education institutions, financial situations, career orientation that determine their future and income, and so on. With the Covid-19 pandemic being present in our lives for quite a significant period, mental health concerns increased even more.
Hence, through the project the partners will:
– Empower youth workers for the prevention and management of stress among marginalised youngsters, through the development of an inspiring and innovative Curriculum, LTTA and the Online course for youth workers’ training.
– Empower youngsters with fewer opportunities in coping mechanisms and dealing with stress and anxiety, through an innovative Toolkit with multidisciplinary approach workshops for beneficiaries.
– Exchange good practices and further develop quality strategic partnerships among partners from 5 European countries with different realities in regards to youth stress management and prevention.
O1 Toolkit “What?! I’m not stressed!” – lead Realization and CNELL
O2 Curriculum “What?! I’m not stressed!” – lead LINK DMT and JuBuK
O3 E-learning course “What?! I’m not stressed!” – lead Wizard and OTB
All intellectual outputs will be produced in English, accompanied by a translation in partners’ national languages – FR, DE, IT, HR & RS, which will increase the user-friendliness of the results.
The LTTA will support more than 16 staff and youth workers in developing their competencies in delivering training for other youth workers in accordance with the intellectual outputs.
The NOTstressed project is implemented by 6 partners: JuBuK (Germany); Realization (Croatia); CNELL (Serbia); LINK DMT (Italy); Wizard, (Croatia) and OTB International (Belgium).
The project is co-financed by the Erasmus+ KA2 Programme of the European Commission.