An Interview with Jean Pierre Wilken
The CARe Network changed its name from CARe Europe in March 2018, emphasizing the global perspective and horizontal organization structure of the initiative.read more
Welcome and introduction to the Conference
Prof. Jean Pierre Wilken, President The CARe Network
Geoff Shepherd (United Kingdom). Project leader ImROC programme “Implementing Recovery through Organisational Change”.
Theme: Changing mental health services. How to get it done?
Lauri Leppik (Estonia), professor of social policy.
Theme: New developments in Social Policy in the Baltic Countries.
David Blazey (United Kingdom), Social Inclusion and Recovery Project Manager,
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Maudsley Charity.
Theme: Peer Support Initiatives: Contributing to Service Delivery in a Mental Health Trust.
Henk Geelen (Netherlands), secretary of the European Association of Youth Workers.
Theme: Community youth services in Europe, how to include all children?
Zsolt Bugarszki (Hungary), director CARe Europe and researcher Elte University.
Theme: Creating community based services in low-budget countries.
Sylvia Cox (Netherlands), director of Voluntary Services Ravelijn.
Theme: The role of voluntary work in recovery and social inclusion.
Dirk den Hollander (Netherlands), head of training CARe.
Theo Euverman (Netherlands), CARe Trainer/ User Expert
Living in the space, experiences with schizophrenia. Video trailer.
The position of peer counsellors in Estonia
Oliver Kukk (Estonia), peer counsellor
Moving from the institution to the community;
Experiences in Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Croatia and Georgia
Dr. Narine Khachatryan, Lilit Baghdasaryan (Armenia), Dr. Mikhail Popkov (Kyrgyzstan), Oksana Gulak (Kazakhstan), Ada Stojanovic Babic (Croatia), Nino Agdgomelashvili (Georgia), Dr. Zsolt Bugarszki (Hungary).
Dr. Mikhail Popkov (Kyrgyzstan)
DI in Croatia
Ada Stojanovic Babic (Croatia)
Mental health reform in Georgia: uneven path of development
Nino Agdgomelashvili (Georgia), project manager and social and human rights activist at GIP-Tbilisi.
Dr. Narine Khachatryan, Lilit Baghdasaryan (Armenia)