The Social Mentoring Research Group is committed to promoting cooperation between universities, professionals and final-year students with the aim of understanding the effects and effectiveness of tutoring programmes. It also makes in-depth studies of ways of offering welfare and social inclusion to the most disadvantaged communities. To do this, we carry out research using mixed methods to provide reports aimed at helping with grant award decisions and policy formulation and supporting professionals and society, explaining how inclusion can prosper based on caring relationships that maintain dignity and equality.
UNESCO Chair lectures on mentoring at the Public University of Navarra, Jordi Feu on the Nightingale mentoring program [Spanish]
UNESCO Chair lectures on mentoring at the Public University of Navarra, Òscar Prieto-Flores on the effects of youth mentoring programs [Spanish]
La Caixa lectures on Social Mentoring, Jordi Feu [Catalan]
TEDxUdG on the Nightingale program, Jordi Feu [Catalan]