The European Prevention Institute (EUPRIN) is operated by the Public Foundation for a Responsible Society. Its mission is to promote the concept of prevention in the areas of medicine, society, politics and crime. EUPRIN coordinates information and preventive measures on a number of topics, including the "Safety in Europe" program, Responsible Digital Citizenship, Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Digital Social Responsibility.


EUPRIN offers research, analysis and preventive solutions aided by modern technology.  Its goal is to achieve safety and stability, improve European integration of member states and to expand EU/US NGO cooperation.


The Institute takes an active approach by going beyond the issuance of educational and informational messages. Our initiative will systematically and categorically present prevention as a form of discipline and as a priority in decision making.  It motivates the community and policy orientation into prevention practices, and it emphasizes the importance of quality prevention strategies.



The Institute engages in a hands-on and practical approach,  where quick and measurable results can be observed.



The Institute promotes the use of the systematic method of prevention which will present a stable and sustainable solution to the community, using the combined knowledge, assets, and skill sets of all involved.


Safety in Schools and beyond

The basic mission of EUPRIN is to incorporate the mentality and the value of "prevention" in the basic decision making process of European society in all areas of life, including private, government, politics, economics and social areas.

​The goal of the Institute the active familiarization and dissemination of the concept of prevention through seminars, and by actively introducing functional programs preventing potential concerns in society.    



EUPRIN is initially focusing on its crime prevention program, more specifically the introduction of the "Safety in Europe" initiative. In 2013 it started the English for Success and the antibullying (megfélemlítés ellen) initiatives.  


“Prevention and responsibility are  two key ingredients a progressive society cannot do without.”

Szilvia Huber, Founder, Public Foundation for a Responsible Society

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