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Game Project Launch


Launch of the VideoGAme to improve Mental hEalth (GAME) project, co-funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme


The project GAME - videoGAme to improve Mental hEalth aims to act on the stigma by increasing the awareness of young people about mental illnesses. The project addresses the topics of early school leaving and obstacles in education, inclusion of marginalized young people, physical and mental health and well-being, by creating an innovative videogame and an e-learning course.


GAME is co-funded by Erasmus+ and will be implemented in the period 2022 – 2025 by Paidea (Italy) as coordinator, with SQLearn (Greece), Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (Bulgaria) and Elemento - Associação Ludopedagógica (Portugal) as partners.


The kickoff meeting took place in Naples in October 2022, where the partners analyzed the overall project and its outputs, and defined the forthcoming taks


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The project Structural Capacities for Tackling Wicked Problems (SCORE) aims to develop and pilot new models for cooperation and research in the fight against climate change


Modern policy implementation and organisational frameworks fail to create a sustainable approach in the resolution of wicked problems as growing global concern. They include problems that are hard to define, difficult to solve and need various approaches for their potential solution. Poverty, climate change, health, gender equality, and justice are all wicked problems that are part of the SDG Agenda.


SCORE aims to create a cooperation structure and develop a model for tackling these problems. Wider transnational capacities are involved, proposing a bottom-up approach in social-planning processes. Our aim is to demonstrate that such problematic can be solved through cautious approach of HEIs in the process.


SCORE promotes and strengthens the European cooperation on this topic while designing and piloting novel research in tackling climate change. Specific topics that are to be addressed include environment and climate change, inter-regional cooperation and research and innovation. The project consortium will mutually benefit by active participation. Practically, project participants will be able to demonstrate decisiveness and capability in solving numerous problems in the relevant area, setting the foundation for other organisations to be able to implement such approaches. Furthermore, through the project implementation and follow up phases, a new generation of scholars will gain the knowledge, tools and methods for solving wicked problems. Sharing good practices and developing inter-connected higher education systems will be supported through sustainability network, models, e-tools and guidelines generated by SCORE.


SCORE is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the EU and is implemented by a consortium coordinated by Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje (Republic of North Macedonia) and Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (Bulgaria), University of Ioannina (Greece) and The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CZU) (Czech Republic) as partners.


More information on: https://score-eu.org