The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.

The aim is to offer empirical work, theoretically robust, but applicable to the environment inwhich we want to intervene. The knowledge generated must be aimed at improving livingconditions and transforming society in order to equalise the rights of vulnerable groups suchas, for example, victims of stigmatisation, violence, social exclusion and drug addiction.Participation at the community level enables the empowerment of the groups involved in theintervention.