Agenda - March 2020

Prevention is possible

Inspirations from five continents 

The 6th Planet Youth Conference will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland on the 4th to 6th of March 다운로드. The name of the Event is Prevention is possible and it will be divided into three content sessions. These sessions will range from in-depth coverage of core elements of the Planet Youth model, over to international experiences implementing the Planet Youth project from partners in five continents of the world and ending with hands on practical information on the model 다운로드.

After the Conference participants should have adequate information on the feasibility and next steps for implementation of the model in their communities 다운로드.

 

VENUE: Hateigur – Conference Room, Grand Hotel Reykjavik
DATE: March 4th-6th
ADDRESS: Sigtún 38, 105 Reykjavík, Iceland

Jon Sigfusson, ICSRA Director

Day 1 - Planet Youth core elements

4th of March

The first day of the Conference will focus on the core elements of Planet Youth, providing a good introduction to the methodology 다운로드. Moving over to a presentation on the step by step implementation of the Planet Youth and the experience from the municipality of Reykjavik, which is the oldest partner of ICSRA and has been using the approach for 20 years with good results 잔잔한 음악 다운로드. The day will end with a welcoming ceremony at 18:30 at the Grand Hotel where participants will get the chance to meet the Planet Youth staff and colleagues in prevention work from all over the world 제록스 프린터 다운로드.

 

8:00-9:00

9:00-9:15

Registration at Grand Hotel – Hateigur, Conference Room

 

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Welcome
Jon Sigfusson
Director of ICSRA

9:15-9:30

Dagur

Opening words by the mayor of Reykjavik
Dagur B 다운로드. Eggertsson
Mayor of Reykjavik

9:30-10:00

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Introduction to Planet Youth Inga Dora Sigfusdottir ICSRA – Founder/Scientific Director

10:00-11:00

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Primary Prevention as a building block
Alfgeir Kristjansson
ICSRA – Lead Scientist

11:00-11:10

Coffee

11:10-11:50

Alfgeir-Logi-Kristjansson2

Primary Prevention as a building block – continued
Alfgeir Kristjansson
ICSRA – Lead Scientist

11:50-12:50

Lunch

13:00-13:30

Sigridur-johannsd4

The Reykjavik Experience
Sigridur Arndis Johannsdottir
Project manager for coordination – Service Center for Central Reykjavik and Hlidar district

13:30-14:10

Gisli-Arni-Eggertsson

The role of the community
Gisli Arni Eggertsson
ICSRA – Municipality Prevention Specialist

14:10-14:25

Coffee

14:25-15:00

Hakan-Leifman

Assessing Community Infrastructure
Håkan Leifman
ICSRA – Regional Director Nordic Countries

15:00-15:45

Harvey-Milkman

Planet Youth and the developing brain
Harvey Milkman
Senior Advisor for ICSRA. Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Metropolitan State University of Denver

15:45-16:35

Michael-Mann

Step by step implementation 다운로드. What makes the Planet Youth methodology different?
Michael J. Mann
ICSRA – Community Intervention Specialist

18:30

Reception

Midgardur, ground floor Grand Hotel Reykjavik

Day 2 - International session

5th of March

The Planet Youth method has been introduced in 31 countries of the world 다운로드. We have reached out to our partners from five continents of the world to share their experiences, challenges and opportunities in using the Planet Youth method run&run. We will be covering subjects as: Planet Youth and public policy, the long term impact of Planet Youth, how Planet Youth can change work processes and collaboration and more.

 

After each presentation time will be allocated for Q&A.

 

8:00-8:45

Reconvene

8:45-9:00

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Opening Words – ICELAND
Gudlaugur Thor Thordarson
Minister of foreign affairs and External Trade

9:00-9:40

Planet Youth into public policy – CHILE
Carlos Charme
National director of the Senda, the National Service for the Prevention and Rehabilitation of Drug and Alcohol Consumption

9:40-10:20

Jeroen-de-Greef

Working with Planet Youth in the Netherlands:
a boost for prevention and changing liberal views – THE NETHERLANDS
Jeroen de Greef, MSc
Senior Prevention Specialist, Trimbos-institute

10:20-10:40

Coffee

10:40-11:20

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Community and stakeholder engagement – IRELAND
Emmet Major
Community Liaison Worker WRDATF

11:20-12:00

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Increasing Protective Factors for Vermont’s Youth – USA
Robin Katrick
Youth and Community Health Coordinator at Vermont Afterschool

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-13:40

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Implementation of Planet Youth in Bissau – GUINEA-BISSAU
Geir Gunnlaugsson
Professor at the University of Iceland

13:40-14:20

Patricia-Ros-Garcia

The adaptation of Planet Youth to Spain and Latin America – SPAIN
Patricia Ros Garcia
ICSRA – Regional Representative Spain and Latin-America

14:20-14:50

Craig-Martin-thumb

Planet Youth Down Under: the Australian Experience – AUSTRALIA
Craig Martin
Head of Evidence & Innovation, ADF

14:50-15:00

Coffee

15:00-15:40

Carlos-Ibanez3

The role of Universities – CHILE
Carlos Ibanez
Coordinator for Planet Youth in the six municipalities who started out as a pilot project in Chile in the year 2017 – Psychiatrist from the University of Chile 

15:40-16:10

Bryndis-Bjork-Asgeirsdottir

Trends in substance use and primary prevention variables among adolescents in Lithuania, 2006-2019
Bryndis Bjork Asgeirsdottir
Senior scientist for ICSRA, Chair for the Psychology department at Reykjavik University

16:10-16:40

Lithuania-reps

Planet Youth 14 year experience – LITHUANIA

Lina Lauciute 
Chief Specialist of Foreign Relations Division

Justinas Juškevičius Youth Affairs Coordinator – Kaunas City Municipality  

Day 3 - Practical implementations and strategies

6th of March

On the third and last day focus will be set on practical implementation of the Planet Youth model, with an overview of projects carried out in Iceland for the last 20 years, the setup and the special role of sports clubs in the Icelandic model, the important role of communities in preventing substance use and how we can utilize the data from Planet Youth reports to plan changes in the environment of children. The day will end with a study visit to sports clubs or other leisure activities where the effect of the Icelandic model can be seen firsthand in a day to day work with children and adolescents.

After each presentation time will be allocated for Q&A.

8:40-9:00

Reconvene

 

9:00-9:40

Thorfinnur-Skulason

A Look into the Toolbox – 20 years of prevention work in Iceland in the rear mirror
Thorfinnur Skulason
ICSRA – Communication Director

9:40-10:20

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Organised leisure activities and their multiple benefits
Dadi Rafnsson

Lecturer and PhD student at Reykjavik University

10:20-10:40

Coffee

 

10:40-11:20

Ingibjorg-Eva-Thorisdottir

Interpretation and presentation of local data
Ingibjorg Eva Thorisdottir

ICSRA – Data Specialist

11:20-12:00

Sigga-stina

Healthy schools and communities
Sigridur Kristin Hrafnkelsdottir

Project Manager for the Directorate of Health

12:00-13:00

Lunch

 

13:00-13:40

Hrefna_Sigurjonsdottir

The National Parents Association – Home and School
Hrefna Sigurjonsdottir
Director of Home and School

 

13:40-14:20

Mariano_montenegro
Contribution of the Colombo Plan in the training of preventive programs at the local level: contributing to the preventive model of PY
Mariano Montenegro
Director of the Colombo Plan office for Latin America and the Caribbean

14:20-14:40

Pall-Melsted-Rikhardsson

Accreditation and getting started as a Planet Youth community

Pall Rikhardsson
ICSRA – Service Development Manager

14:40-15:00

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Wrap up and closing
Jon Sigfusson

Director of ICSRA

Emanuel-Adrian-Sarbu

Conference Moderator

Dr. Emanuel Adrian Sarbu
ICSRA – Regional Representative Central-Europe