The “We Learn Everywhere” (WLE) project is a pioneering initiative that has made significant strides in promoting family well-being through education and support for parents and children a [...]Read more
In June this year, the European Union (EU) Commission announced a new high-priority initiative to address the mental health of all Europeans. [...]Read more
MMM welcomes the European Commission’s new proposal addressing mental health and bringing a much-needed focus on various aspects of mental well-being. The proposal’s emphasis on mental health pro [...]Read more
Emotional intelligence is a vital skill that helps people build healthy and fulfilling relationships, maintain their mental health, make good decisions, and develop leadership skills. Unfortunately, e [...]Read more
Family is the primary social structure through which the needs and rights of children and young people are met and realized. The right to family life as set out by the UNCRC, is a key right for all ch [...]Read more
A new Act, the Coroners (Amendment) 2019 Act, was passed in full and enacted at the beginning of 2020. This law makes reporting and inquests into all maternal deaths mandatory. It also allows Coroners [...]Read more
This event, marked by insightful presentations and discussions, addressed the challenges and opportunities that exist in parenting within our complex society and highlighted the tools created to provide parents
The "We Learn Everywhere" (WLE) project is a pioneering initiative that has made significant strides in promoting family well-being through education and support for parents and children across Europe. As this
On November 7th, we co-hosted an event at the EU Parliament on peripartum depression with MEP Maria Noichl.
In June this year, the European Union (EU) Commission announced a new high-priority initiative to address the mental health of all Europeans.
In a significant stride towards prioritizing family welfare, the European Union Parliament has recently released a comprehensive report (“Children first - strengthening the Child guarantee, two years on from