Short description: In this section, you will find the handbook on mainstreaming policy. This handbook is specially made to allow care workers and educators to promote the findings and results of the Best Friends Against Ageism project in a way that will provide meaningful discourse with policymakers and other European bodies who can in turn implement these results to promote positive change.
Inside this handbook, you will find a breakdown of mainstreaming policies including the purpose and motivations behind their implementation. Furthermore, you will find a detailed description of how to reach a much wider audience with project results and how to engage in a more extensive network of like-minded individuals and organisations. You will also find included a list of recommended government and educational organisations as well as how to contact them. Finally, the handbook details the best practices when running mainstreaming workshops and other networking activities. We hope you find it useful.
- Careworkers, social workers, and volunteers working with older persons
- Early childhood educators
- Policy makers, decision makers, practitioners
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