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CUT! Target Groups

The project is addressed to:

11 to 14 years-old students
Psychological support staff

CUT! Outputs


Video Series

A set of videos targeting students and parents to deal with the topic of alcohol use and abuse.


Practical Guidelines

A step-by-step guide to support teachers and psychological support staff working in schools in setting up and conducting educational activities targeting pre-adolescents on alcohol use and abuse.


Policy Recommendations

A report highlighting lessons learned and policy recommendations to raise the awareness of key policy and decision makers on addressing properly the issue of alcohol use and abuse among pre-adolescents.

The CUT! project is funded, by the European Commission through the Polish National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme

CUT Partnership

Latest News


Second partners' meeting

The second meeting took place on 6 – 7 October 2022. Andrea Anzanello presented the project and the activities to be carried out. The meeting was an opportunity to review and discuss the Focus Groups carried out by the partners and the results obtained that will be shown in the videos AIDD is now finalising.
During the meeting, the templates of the PR2 – CUT Guide were presented to the partners.
After the meeting, the partnership had in mind the future activities to be carried out.


Organisation of the Training Activity in Milan

In September, AIDD and Scialoia, the Italian partners in charge of the exchange for pupils, met to finalise the organisation of the training.
The exchange will take place in Milan in November and the schools' partners in the project will participate with pupils and teachers from their institutions.


Organisation of the Focus Groups with parents

Partners are now working to organise several focus groups with parents. The aim of these focus groups is to gain information from parents regarding the topic of alcohol abuse in young pupils. At the end, project partners will produce 6 video-pills.