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Models of Health Promoting Schools

Models of Health Promoting Schools

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EUROPEANCOMMISSIONCOUNCILOF EUROPECONSEILDE L’EUROPE
MODELS OFHEALTHPROMOTINGSCHOOLS INEUROPE MODELSOFHEALTH PROMOTINGSCHOOLSINEUROPE MODELSOFHEALTH PROMOTINGSCHOOLSINEUROPE MODELS OFHEALTHPROMOTINGSCHOOLSINEUROPE MODELSOFHEALTH PROMOTINGSCHOOLSINEUROPE
PROMOTING
HEALTHSCHOOLS
 
Models of Health Promoting Schools in Europe
edited by Bjarne Bruun Jensen and Venka Simovska
Authors
:Mitko CheshlarovMiluse HavlínováJo InchleySirkka JakonenSnezana JankulovskaBjarne Bruun JensenJohn Lahiff Engjell MihaliVitalyi Movchaniuk Carl ParsonsUlla SalomäkiVenka SimovskaDavid StearsEva StergarCaroline ThomasKerttu TossavainenHannele TurunenHeli TyrväinenHarri VertioIan Young
 
EUR/01/5024642
This booklet from the European Network of Health Promotion Schools:
modelsof health promoting schools in Europe
attempts to document the valuableexperience gained through the last ten years working with processes of healthpromotion in schools throughout Europe. It describes models of healthpromoting schools as they are developed in different cultural, political andeconomic settings, and how they adopt shapes and structures that are compatiblewith the environments in which they are developing, while still subscribing tocommon underlying principles of democracy, action, equity and sustainability.The aim of the booklet is to demonstrate the variety of approaches inconstructing and reconstructing the process of developing and implementing thehealth promoting school over time in different educational and cultural contexts.
Keywords
HEALTH PROMOTIONSCHOOLS – standardsEUROPE
WHO Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen 
 © International Planning Committee (IPC) 2002
All rights in this document are reserved by the IPC of the European Network of Health Promoting Schools, a tripartite partnership involvingthe WHO Regional Office for Europe, the European Commission and theCouncil of Europe. The document may nevertheless be freelyreviewed, abstracted, reproduced or translated into any other language (but not for sale or for use in conjunction with commercialpurposes) provided that full acknowledgement is given to the source. For the use of the emblems, permission must be sought from theIPC. Any translation should include the words:
The translator of this document is responsible for the accuracy of the translation 
. The IPCwould appreciate receiving three copies of any translation. Any views expressed by named authors are solely the responsibility of thoseauthors.

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