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AI@Smile safeguards teenagers’ mental health through AI, education, and community engagement, detecting early signs, involving teachers and parents, and introducing resources like a digital learning platform and AIChatbot for accessible mental health education.

Why we decided to implement this project?

The creation of AI@Smile is driven by a deep commitment to the well-being of teenagers, a recognition of the potential of AI in addressing mental health challenges, and a holistic approach that combines technological innovation, education, and community involvement to make a positive impact on the lives of young individuals.



The Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg was founded in 1973. Currently, about 16,000 students are enrolled, while the number of employees is almost 2,600. The university offers 71 degree programs in six faculties and a number of scientific centers. The University of Oldenburg is deeply rooted in the northwestern part of Germany’s coastal region. The university’s goal is to find answers to the major societal challenges of the present day – through cutting-edge interdisciplinary research.
Key research areas are environment and sustainability, human and technology, psycology as well as society and education.



Basque International Research Association (BIRA) is a non-profit interdisciplinary association made up of academics, professionals and experts in various fields, created to promote and reinforce scientific research and training within social projects with a direct impact on society.
The objectives of the association are: to establish alliances between national and international entities through the design of research and transfer projects; carry out studies of a social, educational, technological or scientific nature corresponding to different areas of knowledge; train formal and non-formal education professionals to adequately develop interventions; create teaching materials and programs that correlate with scientific research; develop information, training, guidance and advice services to educational institutions, entities and social organizations, measure the impact of scientific research within society and other areas and carry out tasks aimed at the dissemination of scientific knowledge and the results of the projects.


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The University of Alicante was founded in 1979 and today it hosts more than 29.000 students 2.500 of them are international students and offers more than 39 undergraduate and 78 postgraduate programmes: consequently, it is proportionally the fastest growing university in Spain. The University houses 227 research groups in Social and Legal Sciences, Experimental Services, Technological Sciences, Human Sciences, Education and Health Sciences and 17 Research Institutes. The University employs over 2.600 researchers / professors and administrative staff. The University of Alicante has a strong leadership in terms of alliances with relevant stakeholders established and being exploited, thus a solid Institutional Relations strategy and plan. In this framework, current circumstances focus on approaches aimed at strengthening aggregation with both other universities and institutions as means to grow both nationally and internationally. The different activities and actions of the member universities bound by this common objective create a new collaborative scenario where the complementarity and the synergies they generate enhance and offer an innovative model of shared work. Since 2001, the National Evaluation and Accreditation Agency (ANECA) have launched a complete strategy to be fully in line with European Quality standards for both service and study programme prevision as well as the one related to the academic/research staff and students, mainly supported by the Technical Quality Unit (UTC).



Samsun Anatolian High School was first founded on 8th December 1955. SAL has a main building with a conference hall and many multi-purpose halls and classrooms. It has 730 students aged 13¬18, and 55 teachers. In 2014, SAL has been chosen as a Project School and It has participated in many European Union granted projects and scientific projects in Turkey. The programmes in our school are Science, Social Sciences, Literature, Languages, ICT, Art, Music and Sports. Our school has different sport teams with many championships. Its folk dance group has also domestic and overseas awards. The vision of our school is to become a school educating students who will have contribution in our nations growth and progress and will be leaders in their fields. The values of our school are Respect, Assisting, Responsibility, Tolerance, Democracy and Innovation. SAL has students who have active learning with technological devices and choose their upper education according to their aims and abilities. Our teachers, students and families appreciate the opportunities of exchanging knowledge and information among different nations and cultures. As a school we put international understanding, collaboration and World Peace and Global affairs and Cyberbullying in the first place. With this project, we aim at enabling our students to show empathy towards peers who are cyberbullied and raise awareness to eliminate this common problem which causes damage to the European heritage and identity.
We have strict school rules and policies against discrimination. There is a group of educative community for the students to report being excluded to get immediate help. Teachers have classroom discussions about the motivation and effects of integration to sensitize students and promote self-awareness. Our staff has participated in different training courses to update their qualifications and experiences and are willing to increase their relations with teachers abroad to set up a common work. The key people in this Project: English and Literature teachers ICT teacher, Music and Art teachers Social Sciences and School Counsellor,
Management Department Teachers with a good level of English, having experience and necessary skills on project implementation will take part in this project and students will be chosen according to their skills. The participating teachers will raise awareness on a national and international level and contribute to international understanding by various dissemination facilities.
We also motivate our students to participate in Erasmus Projects to learn and share opinions, give importance to humanitarian feelings, take precautions against unpredictable and environmental problems as well as improving their language skills and competences


IDEC is a training, consulting and high technology company located in Piraeus, Greece. Among other activities (management consulting, quality assurance, evaluation and development of ICT solutions for both private and public sector) IDEC has an accredited lifelong learning centre and organises in-service training courses for companies and teachers/ trainers. Innovation, Sustainability, New Technologies as well as Soft skills and Wellbeing are some of the topics that we provide training on through our training centre e.g., “Education for sustainable development”, “Innovative Teaching Methods, “Cultivating Mindfulness, Wellbeing, and Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom”, “ Extended Reality in Education and Training – Using XR Applications” etc. In the field of Lifelong learning, IDEC has experience in European policies regarding LLL and in particular EQF, ECVET, Europass, EQAVET, validation of non-formal and informal learning and in national reforms of education and training systems. IDEC has more than 30 years of experience from implementing International projects in relation to school and VET education. entrepreneurship, micro enterprises’ sustainable development & empowerment as well as New Technologies.



The IES No. 11 of Alicante was created on July 29 (DOGV/BOE – August 31, 1994) of 1994 and was provisionally located in the La Aneja building, while the new building was being built. The School Council of IES No. 11 of Alicante approved to request, in a session held on January 21, 2004, the name “Doctor Balmis”.
Francisco Javier Balmis Berenguer (1753-1819) was born in Alicante and dedicated his life to medicine. He was appointed by Charles IV director of the Royal Philanthropic Vaccine Expedition on July 2, 1803, being the first mass vaccination in history and the beginning of the eradication of smallpox. This expedition traveled through Latin America, the Philippines, Canton and Macao, with 22 children from the Foundling School of A Coruña and their nurse Isabel López Sedalla, who transported the vaccine: every week two of them were injected into the arms of the pustules. of those inoculated the previous week. After successfully completing its mission, the expedition returned to Spain in September 1806. The choice of this name by the center is due to the fair recognition that our Institute wants to give to this famous man from Alicante.


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The University of Novi Sad, with almost 50,000 students and 5,000 employees, is one of the largest educational and research centers in Central Europe. It belongs to the group of comprehensive universities, which are characterized by providing nearly all fields of science and higher education. The University of Novi Sad offers around 320 accredited study programs at the level of Bachelor, Master, Specialist and Doctoral studies, carried out at its Faculties and within the University Center for Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies and Research. The study programs are modern and up-to-date with the latest developments in science and research. Along with the Faculties and the Center, three Scientific Institutes have a significant role in creating a solid scientific base for the process of continuous modernization of the educational offer. The University encompasses around 250 laboratories. The University of Novi Sad builds its future hand in hand with other institutions that belong to the common European Higher Education and Research Area, but also collaborates actively with institutions from around the world. The cooperation is based on numerous bilateral and multilateral agreements, as well as on numerous HORIZON, Erasmus+ and other international projects.


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21102 Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia


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Gymnasium Smart was founded in 2009 by the decision of the Ministry of Education. The offer includes: • major program for students with special abilities in computing and informatics • General gimnasium program Currently, 234 students are enrolled in the school, 11 classes of students with special abilities for computing and informatics and one class of general gymnasium program. Classes have up to 21 students per class. Students go to school according to the school calendar of the Ministry of Education, lessons per class last 45 minutes, they have an average of 7 hours and attend classes in two shifts, which they alternate every week. There are currently 35 full-time employees in the school, of which 6 are non-academic staff and the rest are teachers. There are also two professional associates, a school psychologist and a school pedagogue, but we also organize frequent workshops with state health institutions. The school has a special enrollment system where knowledge of mathematics and a psychological test of personality and character are checked, as well as student behavior grades from the previous three years, which must be the highest. In addition to regular classes, the school also organizes a large number of extracurricular activities, special intergenerational group activities in which parents sometimes participate. The school participates in the European project as a partner Horizon 2020-GreenScent, we participated in several exchange projects, among others under the auspices of EU-RYCO. We are currently a partner in the AI@Smile project of the European Union. The school has a development strategy of providing the students with the safest possible environment, close cooperation of parents and involvement in activities of parents and children together. 


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Our school exists since 1967 having many names but its purpose remain the same, healthcare education, to which sport sector was added in 2019. In 1987 we moved from midtown into a new facility that is located next to the hospital, ambulance station and outpatient healthcare(clinic) establishment.

Our town Vác has eight secondary schools and since we are in vicinity of Budapest the competition for student-seats are high.

In the 2013/14 academic year, our school is back in health care training sector, which brought many new features. In 2017/18 we had started our Social trainings. In 2019/2020 school year we had applied successfully in Sport sector. We are educating Fitness-welness instructors. In our professional training, there are many options to study such as nurse practitioner, infant or child nurse practitioner, medical or sports massage therapist, social worker, social assistant, child care educators, fitness-wellness instructors. Our school’s main focus is training nurses, and giving opportunity to professionals from sport sector to be able to get a final paper in training others. Most students are coming from the neighboring counties such as Pest and Nógrád but some are arriving from greater distances such as Slovakia. Our school teaching staff is relatively small. Only 27 teachers and some part time teachers are employed. We are helped by an IT system administrator, a librarian, and a secretary as well as 8 technical employee who aides our daily work. Currently, we have 400 students out of which 200 participate in daytime and 200 evening education.

The objectives of the association are: to establish alliances between national and international entities through the design of research and transfer projects; carry out studies of a social, educational, technological or scientific nature corresponding to different areas of knowledge; train formal and non-formal education professionals to adequately develop interventions; create teaching materials and programs that correlate with scientific research; develop information, training, guidance and advice services to educational institutions, entities and social organizations, measure the impact of scientific research within society and other areas and carry out tasks aimed at the dissemination of scientific knowledge and the results of the projects.


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The German Federal Association for Sustainability has been campaigning for sustainability issues since 2013.
The Association is the only organisation in Germany that works according to a holistic approach to sustainability and supplements existing sustainability models with the aspect of balance orientation.
The German Federal Association for Sustainability supports and advises state and social bodies and institutions in the implementation of sustainable or balance-oriented action in legislative, planning and decision-making processes by providing expertise, highlighting optimisation potential and through statements, publications and its own events. It participates in professional and public debates through publications and statements, also in co-operation with other appropriate bodies.
It is involved in the establishment of sustainability-related committees in society, politics and administration and supports their work. The association also supports the implementation of international sustainability strategies by sensitising society, politics and administration to global issues and the need for development cooperation, as well as by promoting and initiating private, municipal and regional One World commitment.
The Federal Association for Sustainability provides all social players with the opportunity to inform themselves on the subject of sustainability / balance orientation through lectures and teaching events, discussions, symposia, congresses, publications and similar activities. Finally, it promotes and supports the dialogue between art and science as a means and expression of sustainable knowledge transfer