Organisations

Intervention Foundation

Netherlands

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Intervention Foundation
Nienoord 5
1112 XE Diemen

The purpose of this journal is to make existing knowledge on mental health and psychosocial support in areas of conflict explicit and accessible to all interested parties, both in areas of armed conflict and elsewhere. The journal publishes peer-reviewed articles that are relevant to professionals working in conflict affected areas, and to those working with refugees from areas of armed conflict throughout the world. The journal also welcomes papers on mental health and psychosocial support in settings with limited formal resources of chronic adversity that are not directly related to war or violence, as well as papers situated within complex humanitarian emergencies.

BRILL

Netherlands

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P.O. Box 9000
2300 PA, Leiden

Brill aims to be a leading, internationally operating publishing house in the domains of the Humanities and International Law and in selected fields in the Sciences. Brill serves the academic scientific research market providing service to authors and readers and supplying a high-quality, wide range of professionally relevant literature to libraries and individual academics. Brill has a multimedia publishing policy. All titles are available on publication either in print or electronically.

SNV

Netherlands

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Dr Kuyperstraat 5
2514 BA
The Hague

SNV is an international not-for-profit development organisation that aims to make a lasting difference in the lives of millions of people living in poverty.  It believes that no-one should have to live in poverty and that all people should have the opportunity to pursue their own sustainable development.  Founded in the Netherlands nearly 50 years ago,  the organisation has built a long-term, local presence in many of the poorest countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Their global team of local and international advisors work with local partners to equip communities, businesses and organisations with the tools, knowledge and connections that they need to increase their incomes and gain access to basic services – empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and guide their own development

Enablement

Netherlands

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A van Leeuwenhoekweg 38 unit A16

2408 AN Alphen aan de Rijn


A Dutch NGO which provides training, research and development, and is focused upon Community Based Rehabilitation and inclusive development.

Mind Alive Netherlands

Netherlands

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Molenstraat 18n
7075 BC Etten (Gld)

This organisation provides brain enhancement technology solutions for enhancing the brain. It produces brain enhancement machines, and the meditation machine helps to feel relax inside the mind for mental health

Autism&Uni

Finland
Poland
Spain
UK
Netherlands

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Autism&Uni is a European-funded research project that works with young people on the autism spectrum to help them navigate the transition from school into Higher Education (HE). They have developed a toolkit and best practice guides.

Bernard van Leer Foundation|Effectiveness Initiative

Netherlands

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Eisenhowerlaan 156
2517 KP
The Hague

The Effectiveness Initiative: In January 1999 the Bernard van Leer Foundation and partner organisations in the Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Development initiated a three year investigation known as the Effectiveness Initiative (EI). The overall goals within this effort are to investigate what makes an effective programme work, and to initiate an international dialogue on effectiveness that deepens our understanding of how to create and/or support effective programming for young children and families.
The EI effort is grounded in the in depth study of ten specific programmes. It is also designed to be a cross-site, cross-agency collaboration and exchange that stimulates on going dialogue about effective programming. Furthermore, it is designed to test the application of qualitative research methods, well tested in other development arenas, to the field of international ECD. The goals of this effort are two-fold: to gain deeper insights into what makes ECD programmes effective, and to activate international dialogue on effectiveness that takes us, as ECD professionals, beyond our present scant measures and indicators of programme success

Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen (KIT)|Royal Tropical Institute

Netherlands

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PO Box 1092 HA Amsterdam

The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) is an independent centre of knowledge and expertise in the areas of international and intercultural cooperation. The aims of KIT are to contribute to sustainable development, poverty alleviation, and cultural preservation and exchange. Within the Netherlands, it seeks to promote interest in and support for these issues. KIT's goals are to maximise access to good quality health care in low and middle income countries; promote awareness through theatre, print publications, information dissemination and workshops; and to provide training in the Netherlands and abroad. KIT’s wide range of health-related activities are carried out by staff in the departments of Development Policy and Practice, Biomedical Research, Information and Library Services, KIT Publishers, Tropenmuseum and Tropentheater.
KIT is a core member of Share-Net, the Netherlands Network on Sexual & Reproductive Health and AIDS. Share-Net seeks to contribute to improving the international sexual and reproductive health and rights situation as well as the HIV/AIDS situation, guided by principles of human rights, equity and equality and empowerment. For further information see http://www.share-net.nl/

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