Psychosocial Innovation Network (PIN)
Psychosocial Innovation Network is a non-governmental organization founded with the aim of achieving various goals in the field of psychological practice.
Our main goals are creation, development, improvement and application of diverse psychological interventions. Specific focus is put on conducting quantitative and qualitative psychosocial research which enables the creation of evidence-based recommendations for practice improvement and development of psychosocial and educational interventions which meet the needs of individuals, groups and the entire society.
In this way we achieve our specific goals, related to providing psychosocial support, empowerment, and improvement of the quality of life of individuals, particularly from vulnerable and marginalized groups. Our interventions include raising public awareness and advocating for various social and psychological challenges our beneficiaries face.
Mission and Vision
PIN seeks to support and enhance psychosocial well-being and quality of life of individuals from vulnerable and marginalized groups through evidence-based practices. PIN strives to establish and operate within an efficient and comprehensive model of psychosocial support which engages service providers, beneficiaries and other support actors to work together to create a safe environment for coping with difficulties and overcoming obstacles in increasing well-being on individual level.
Goals and activities
Implementation, dissemination and strengthening of empirically based psychological practices
Creation, development, improvement and application of diverse psychological interventions
Psychosocial support, empowerment, capacity strengthening, and improvement of quality of life of vulnerable and marginalized individuals and groups
Raising awareness of various social and psychological challenges and issues and possible overcoming strategies
Conducting research focused on identification and exploration of psychological, social, educational and health-related challenges and difficulties of beneficiaries and the wider community in which they live, with the aim of establishing their causes, ways of its prevention and resolution
Publishing scientific papers, reports, policy briefs and other forms of publications
Organizing training, seminars, workshops and other forms of informal education for beneficiaries, staff, fellow organizations
Cooperation with domestic and international institutions and stakeholders, which deal with psychological, social, educational, and health mattersSee more