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Multi-risk behaviour: Many risks are related to a unhealthy behaviour and those related to drug use are: alcohol use, unhealthy diet and early or risky sexual behaviours. These risks are not separated and independent but they influence each other.

Multi Risk Behaviour Change or Multi Health Behaviour Change studies (MHBC): studies showing increased effect of MHBC programs on single behaviours as opposed to existing studies of caretakers.

NEETs: young people who are Not in Education, Employment or Training.The term has come into the policy debate in recent years due to disproportionate impact of the recession on young people (under 30 years old) [9].

NGO: A non-governmental organizationis a non-profit, voluntary citizens’ group organized on a local, national or international level. They can have different tasks: humanitarian functions, bring citizen concerns to Governments, advocate and monitor policies and encourage political participation. These groups can be involved in one particular topic, or in many of them.

Non-formal setting or informal education: it can happen outside the classroom, in after-school programs, community-based organizations, museums, libraries, or at home. The classroom could vary everyday and in in this kind of set the activities must be completed in few hours, so the programme becomes more flexible.

Offline: This condition enable users to have access to an information which has not been created to be consulted on the web, but only on particular devices such as the local disk where they are located.

Online: This condition enable users to have access to an information directly on the web.


[1] http://www.boysandgirlslabs.eu/
[2] WHO (1998). Health promotion glossary. Geneva, WHO.
[3]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[4]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[5] http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/
[6]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[7] WHO (1998). Health promotion glossary. Geneva, WHO.
[8] Durlak J.A. (1998). Why Program Implementation is important. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the community, 17, 15-8.
[9] http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/emcc/labourmarket/youth.htm

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