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Preventing Drug Addiction Is Everybody's Problem

Target groups: pupils, teachers, parents, local authorities; youth organizations; local communities Objectives: - to identify the risk factors and prevent their influence on teenager's health and social life by making them aware of the dangers of drug abuse, including smoking and drinking; - to develop the social abilities of our pupils; - to lead the teenagers towards activities that would keep them away from taking up drugs, smoking, drinking; - to create a link between school - family - community; - to develop our pupils awareness, responsibility, self-respect, team-work skills; - to integrate ITC and communicative foreign languages into our pupils everyday activities; - to ensure a quality education by integrating the final products into the school curriculum. Deliverables: an informative leaflet, a website on this theme, posters (materials meant to inform and prevent; exhibitions with anti-drug posters, street campaigns, meetings with parents – students – teachers – community representatives)

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Consistency with the European policies in the field of language learning

  • promotion of new approaches to language teaching and learning
  • supporting mobility for language learning
  • promotion of language learning for specific purposes
Target Language
English, Lithuanian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Turkish
Educational Sector
School Education
Vocational Education and Training
Transversal (more sectors addressed)

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21 December 2014

Audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project

An audio- video presentation of the NELLIP project has been created and made available in the Information section of the NELLIP portal. To access the presentation please click here: