The main target groups include those from the themes identified below and selection criteria will be developed according to the degree to which applications represent these, or related, areas. We will be looking for a good spread of people representing organisation across Europe and worldwide.
1) Young people who experience mental health issues and their families/or those who advocate for young people’s mental health, including activists, artists, bloggers, mentors, volunteers etc.
2) Representatives from mental health charities, especially those working with young people and mental health.
3) Designers: social innovation Labs and Policy Design Labs
4) Representatives from policy think tanks/politicians
5) Health professionals and networks, particularly those working with young people with mental health issues
6) Those involved with community engagement work
7) University researchers and educators, including schools and FE interested in experiential learning through doing, and creative making as a means of self-realisation through collaboration.
8) Business, Social Enterprise, SMEs interested in working collaboratively to prototype and develop innovative co-creative solutions for health and social inclusion.