Updated: Dec 15, 2021
Head-Ed is a social enterprise saddled with the aim of educating people on how to identify the warning signs of mental health difficulties at an early stage and the necessary actions to take when they have detected these signs in themselves or in others.
The primary target audience are teenagers within the secondary schools and in the future, the scope would be broadened to other groups of people.
Read more on Head-Ed via https://www.head-ed.co/
Students supporting HEAD-ED within the framework of the SEIP University Cooperation Program:
Mihail Drijiruk, Ukrainian, Tallinn University SEMA student, art therapist, documentary ethnographer.
My research topics and activities include: autism research, audiovisual filmmaking, social entrepreneurship , healthy networks etc.
I am Areej Sheikh from Karachi, Pakistan and I'm currently studying Biosciences at SZABIST University.
I was the Director Editorial and Publications for the SZABIST Biosciences Society for the year 2020-2021.
I love literature, writing and I have a passion for learning!