HIP: Innovation for working with marginalised youth  

The aim of this project is to enable both current and future practitioners in the social field to think innovative in their everyday work life. Bringing together students, practitioners and marginalised youth will create innovative solutions to wicked problems of marginalised youth. 

Meet the partners

IT Sligo

Institute of Technology Sligo

IT Sligo is one of Ireland’s most successful third level educational institutions.

VIA University College, Aarhus, Denmark

As Denmark's largest university of applied sciences, VIA is an internationally oriented institution of higher education and help develop the future of public and private professions.

ASV, Horsens Denmark

ASV competence clarifies, teaches and tutors adults and young people with special needs.

North Connaught Youth Services, Sligo, Ireland 

North Connaught Youth Services is a regional youth service based in County Sligo in the north west of Ireland.

Directorate of Social Work and Child Pritection Sector 1, Bucharest

General Directorate of Social Work and Child Protection, Romania

D.G.A.S.P.C.1 provides social services and financial benefits.

University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Scinces (FPES) is part of the University of Bucharest, the leading public university in Romania and it is the academic partner in the HIP project from Romania.

Iniciatives Solidaries

Iniciatives Solidaries, Valencia, Spain

A non-profit organization working to promote the well-being of marginalized youth.

University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain

Universitat de Valencia is a modern European university with roots back to the 15th century.

Hogeschool van Amsterdam, the Nederlands

Amsterdam is a diverse, cosmopolitan city, where people of no less than 175 different nationalities live and work.

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