SHE - Who is it for?


Any organisation or professional with an interest in school health promotion can link with SHE. You can visit our website and subscribe to the SHE newsletter or contact the SHE helpdesk.


SHE facilitates interaction among its members on several social network platforms. On these platforms events, meetings and other activities will be shared and relevant information will be published in order to give a better insight in what SHE does. Visit our social media platforms on: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Regional networks on health promoting schools

If you are coordinating a regional or subnational network on health promoting schools you can become a member of SHE. This supports the further networking and exchange on school health promotion in the country and on a European level.


The regional representatives can attend the SHE assembly as observers and will not have a voting right. A regional representative should represent a region with a formally acknowledged network by the regional Department/ Ministry of Health and Education. The regional representative should also collaborate closely with the SHE national coordinator of the country. Regional networks that are interested in becoming a member of the SHE network can download the Profile for SHE regional representatives and the Membership form for SHE regional representatives or contact the SHE secretariat for more information.


If you are a researcher in the area of health education you can become a member of the SHE research group. The SHE research group is a consortium of researchers and research institutions from many countries in the European region, linked to the SHE network. The research group is open for interested researchers and research institutions to join. If you are interested in becoming a member of the SHE research group, please visit the SHE research group page.


If you are a teacher or working in the education sector, please contact the SHE national coordinator of your country. You can find the contact details at the section member countries.