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AMLH movement context in an Interactive Presentation:

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ALMH is a growing movement that is introducing a series of new data and aspects across the Mental Health spectrum: prevention, treatment, rehabilitation, advocating for patients' rights and addressing stigma. These data are interconnected in a functional way to form a holistic and integrated approach. A multitude of objectives and actions in synergy with a large number of stakeholders and target groups are already evolving or planned to be developed in different areas.

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International Sport and Culture Association (ISCA) becomes last minute partner to the Inter-Active Living for Mental Health (InALMH) project

The InALMH project has as its core goal the preparation of policy guidelines and the development of an interactive platform for the dissemination and creation of physical exercise practices for use in the broader field of Mental Health.
The project is funded by ERASMUS + / Sport and will be implemented by a wide partnership of 12 partners under the coordination of ENALMH. Besides the individual partnering organisations UoA (GR), UTH (GR) Polytecnico Porto (PT), Fokus CS (CZ), Merseyside Expanded Horizons (UK), Alzheimer Greece (GR), ARISMA (IT) international and European umbrella organizations as Mental Health Europe (MHE), GAMIAN - Europe, Sport & Citizenship EU Think Tank also participate in the project partnership.

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MOVE CONGRESS 2019

First ENALMH’s performance in international fora:

a successful experience.


Over 40 speakers and 460 participants from 5 continents put the spotlight on grassroots sport and physical activity at the 9th MOVE Congress that was organized by the International Sport and Culture Organisation (ISCA) in Budapest within 16 – 18 October.

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ENALMH SUPPORTS THE CANDIDACY OF ATHENS FOR THE ORGANISATION

OF THE 9th ICPPMH CONFERENCE IN 2022

Physical therapists play an extended and crucial role in the exploitation of Physical Exercise for the benefits of persons suffering from mental disorders. Aiming at the achievement of the common goals a promising cooperation is under development with the International Organization of Physical Therapists in Mental Health through the Scientific Section “Physiotherapy in mental health» of Pan-Hellenic Physiotherapist’s Association.  ICPPMH is a subgroup of the World Federation for Physical Therapy.

Within this context ENALMH fully supports the Athens’ candidacy to host the 9the ICPPMH conference which is to be held in 2022.

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ENALMH’s PARTICIPATIONTO THE EU HEALTH PROGRAMME HIGH-LEVEL CONFERENCE HAS BEEN APPROVED

The conference will highlight the results of the current and previous EU Health Programmes and present the new approach in the future Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021-2027.

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ENALMH BECOMES MEMBER TO MENTAL HEALTH EUROPE (MHE)

Joining forces for a better future on Mental Health

Mental Health Europe is a European non-governmental network organisation committed to the promotion of positive mental health, the prevention of mental distress, the improvement of care, advocacy for social inclusion and the protection of the rights of (ex)users of mental health services, persons with psychosocial disabilities, their families and carers.

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Meet ENALMH in the 9th MOVE CONGRESS, Budapest 16-18 October 2019

The MOVE Congress is one of the few conferences in the world that focuses solely on recreational sport and physical activity. The event gathers organizations and individuals who deliver initiatives at the grassroots level along with decision-makers, companies, urban planners, health experts, academics and other key stakeholders for three days of active networking. This will be the 9th edition of the MOVE Congress.

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General Assembly of the European Network of Active Living for Mental Health (ENALMH)

 "More members, more initiatives"

 

The beautiful city of Prague hosted the annual General Assembly of the Network held on Friday, May 30th, 2019 with significant results:

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Proposal on the ERASMUS+/ SPORT Call for Collaborative Partnerships

The proposed project  A.S.A.L aims to train professionals from the field of Sports Science and Physical Activity to develop skills needed in order to be able to engage in structures that target population with mental health illnesses.

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