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Budapest: Launch event for the 'Children and Youth at Risk' and 'Public Health Initiatives' programme

The 'Children and Youth at Risk' programme aims to meet challenges facing children and youth at risk in Hungary today, while the 'Public Health Initiatives' programme aims at improving the health status of the population and to reduce the disease burden with special emphasis on mental health.


  8:30-10:00              Registration

  9:00-10:00              Press conference (with the presenters)

10:00-10:20              Opening speech – Mr. Zoltán Balog, Minister for Human Resources

10:20-10:40              Welcome – Mr. Arild Moberg Sande, Councellor, Royal Norwegian Embassy (tbc)

10:40-11:00              EEA/Norway Financial Mechanisms – Mr. Balázs Simó, Vice President, National Development Agency (tbc)

11:00-11:15              Donor Programme Partner co-operation on the Children and Youth at Risk area – Larissa Kireeva Programme Manager, Council of Europe

11:15-11:30              Donor Programme Partner co-operation on the Public Health Initiatives area – Prof. Andrei Grjibovski Senior Advisor, Norwegian Institute of Public Health

11:30-11:50              Developments on the programme areas – dr. Gyula Balázs Csáki-Hatalovics, Head of Department, National Development Agency Managing Authority for Human Resource Programmes

11:50-12:10              Concert of Snétberger Music Talent Centre (tbc)

12:10-13:30              Lunch

13:30-17:00 Simultaneous Workshops/Round table discussions in the afternoon

 Children and Youth at Risk Programme Area

-      New approaches on the social integration area, round table discussion

-      Enhancement of the childcare, child protection services, round table discussion

Public Health Initiatives Programme Area

-      Innovative E-pathologic developments, Workshop

-      Health inequality monitoring with the support of Norway Grants, Workshop

Read more about the two programmes here and here.