Members of the seven partner organizations participating in the project are going to meet at 7th-9th November in Athens, Greece, to attend The Final Conference. The conference is hosted and organized by European Institution for Local Development. Athletes, coaches, vocational education providers and representatives of the partners, participated in the project, will travel to Greece in order to attend the international meeting.

STOP ASD HAZARDS project partners have been successfully expanding and developing the project according to the goals that were set as part of the initial planning of the project; all partners had the chance to go through the progress that has been made so far during two very well organized meetings in Spain and Turkey.

As the STOP ASD HAZARDS project is successfully ongoing, a Manual of Good Practices for the Prevention of Labor Risks and Occupational Health of ASD people has been developed by all partner countries, which aims at improving the professional's knowledge on how to prevent risks and take care of the ASD worker's well-being.

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