The project “Power of Creativity: strengthening the supporting role the adult educators working with disabled” held the joint short term staff training in Riga Latvia in 14.-16. June 2023. 17 participants attended. The partners held practical workshops for parts of their chosen deliverables.
There was study visits to
Daily care centre “Cerību Ligzda “; http://www.rupjuberns.lv/strukturvienibas/dac-ceribu-ligzda
Here you can find the second newsletter of the Power of Creativity project. Learn more about the activities carried out so far and the next steps of the project. LINK
The Embrace Hub is here to bring you innovative, engaging body image resources. We’ve brought together the best evidence and creative minds to educate and inform young people, parents, teachers and sports coaches. Triskelion researcher Zali Yager together with Taryn Brunfitt, is behind the site.
Our goal? To inspire everyone young person around the world to embrace their bodies and to create body-image-safe environments for them to learn, grow and thrive in.
What you see here now is just the beginning.
So much more is possible.
The nEUROcare team moved from the international conference in Colombo up to Kandy and the University of Peradeniya for a 2-day workshop in the nEUROcare project. Over 50 people gathered to work on aligning the contents of the modules that are being developed.
The nEUROcare team presented short extracts of their modules that are being developed for the master’s degree in Neurodegenerative diseases at four Sri Lankan universities during the first international conference on Neurodegenerative diseases ever held in Sri Lanka- “Expanding the horizon for Neurocare in Sri Lanka“. There were around 450 participants, students and staff from universities and hospitals. The health ministry and vice-chancellors were also present.
Photos from the conference: https://m.facebook.com/fosmedia/albums/771245921027979/
Pictures were taken by FOSmedia, Sri Lanka (Faculty of Science, University of Colombo)
The Triskelion team:
The team in the Erasmus+ project FACE EQUALITY- “innovative training in the health, social and volunteering sectors that will empower people with disfigurements to overcome social and psychological challenges in everyday life” met at the head office of the European Cleft Organisation in The Hague on the 14th of January 2023.
Partners from Holland, Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Spain, Serbia, Sweden and Triskelion from Norway form the specialist team developing a 1- day training course for families affected by visible differences.
Triskelion is presenting at the first international conference on Neurodegenerative disorders held at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka on the 9th and 10th of February 2023. European speakers will also be from UK, Estonia, Slovenia, Sweden and Cyprus.
After the conference there will be a workshop at the University of Peradeniya in Kandy, Sri Lanka between 13th to 15th February.
ECSS has spread its wings globally over its 20+ years and has grown a vast international audience who are passionate about sport science.
They are a non-profit scientific organisation devoted to the promotion and dissemination of multi-and interdisciplinary research in sport and exercise science. Founded in Nice, France in 1995, they have established themselves as the leading sport science community in Europe, with a truly international demographic.
They aim to:
- Disseminate high quality, innovative science
- Empower the development of young scientists
- Build and retain an engaged ECSS community
- Develop strong partnerships within the private and public sectors