The Spanish Society of Social and Health Care is a non-profit organisation located in Spain. Integrated by researchers and professors of several Universities in Spain with high experience in R&D in the social sector, SEAS has been created to promote and protect the rights of the vulnerable groups, including violence victims such as women and children. SEAS transfers the knowledge and skills acquired by its R&D activities and projects to the society through the elaboration and implementation of courses and learning materials for the inclusion of people at risk of exclusion.  

Mr José Juan Algar Doménech, Degree in Law by CEU San Pablo (Barcelona), works as a lawyer since 1992
His career has been always bound to legal counselling in the field of economic and financial law, first in companies from Barcelona such as Ruiz del Bustillo and Bach. Later, since October 1995, he opened his own firm in Valencia as consultant in economic law subjects, giving advice both to individuals and businesses.
Mr Algar is also the President of Spanish Association of Social and Health Care (SEAS), offering from this position his knowledge and experience in his specialty areas for the development of projects and the consultancy for public bodies, non-profit organizations and innovative companies that contribute to improve the quality of life of groups at risk of exclusion.

Arantzazu Blanco, Degree in Environmental Sciences and PhD in Sustainable Management of Soils in Mediterranean Areas.
She is part of Sociedad Española de Asistencia Sociosanitaria, where she is working as a researcher in several projects related to education, inclusion, and prevention of gender-based violence in children at school ages.
She has been teaching in VET sectors, and participated in technical seminars, lectures and awareness raising on a wide range of topics, including environmental education and educational adaptations. Furthermore, she has experience in knowledge transfer and dissemination, also assessing the social impact of projects aimed at groups at risk of exclusion.