This e-course was developed in the framework of the project Mental Health Matters through Restorative Arts, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission. The contents presented in this e-course was produced by a strategic partnership composed by 6 organizations highly experienced in the field of restorative justice, mental health and art practices:
• Restorative Justice for All (The UK)
International NGO with a mission to advance community cohesion and redistribute power within society at the local, national and international levels, by using the values and practices of restorative justice including: power sharing, fairness, equality, dignity and respect.
• Centre for Social Innovation (Cyprus)
Research and Development organization which focuses on
fostering social innovation that can bring about a positive change to local, national, regional and global contexts.
• Edra Scamg Social Cooperative Activities for Minority Groups (Greece)
Non-Profit Organisation - Social Cooperative, operating in the fields of
mental health, aiming at defending the rights of vulnerable groups and raising awareness in matters concerning mental health.
• Fundación INTRAS (Spain)
Non-profit organisation dedicated to high quality research and intervention in the mental health field with the main aim to improve the quality of life of people with mental health issues, supporting them in their recovery process.
• Lélekben Otthon Közhasznú Alapítvány (Hungary)
Foundation of Public Utility whose main purposes are to promote mental health development in Hungarian society, to improve social support of psychology and psychiatry, and to offer specific and attainable support to those in need.
• The Athens School of Fine Arts (Greece)
Higher Education Institution composed by the department of Fine Arts and the department of History and Theory of Art whose educational offer includes many aspects related with the creation and the artistic expression.