On 14th October 2020, ISSUP Lebanon presented their Webinar on Success Stories: What works and what doesn’t work in school-based prevention programs for adolescents (such as Unplugged).
The twelve Unplugged lessons for 12-14-year-old students are implemented in many countries in an out of Europe. A robust 2008 study in the EU showed powerful positive effects. Further analysis revealed which program components lead to those results. How can this be used in training of teachers and adaptation of the prevention program?
Time: October 14th 2020 4pm Lebanon / 2pm BST
Participants will have an improved perspective on implementation of an evidence based school prevention program
Peer van der Kreeft
Lecturer in prevention at University College Ghent, department of Social Work. Lead of the EU-Dap (Drug Abuse Prevention) Faculty project for TOT and adaptation of Unplugged. President of the EUSPR European Society for Prevention Research.
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