This diagram groups together various elements of the EKIP reference framework, namely: 7 personal and social competencies to be developed in young people: Prosocial behaviours, Self-knowledge, Asking for help, Engagement, Lifestyle habits, Stress and emotions, Social influences. Actions to be implemented in young people’s living environments (school-family-community) to help create healthy, caring and safe environments: Participation, Relationships, Safety, Resources and services. Certain organizational conditions support the integration of actions into school practices, the consistency of these actions and the coordinated efforts of the stakeholders involved: Collective Knowledge, Coordination, Leadership, Communication, Partnership. By focusing on the development of competencies in young people and implementing actions in living environments in order to optimize this developement of compentecies, young people of school-age are equipped to handle the real-life situations they encounter in connection with one or more many health and well-being themes, namely: Physical activity, Alcohol, drugs and gambling, Healthy eating, Infections, Oral hygiene, Environmental health, Mental health, Sexuality, Sleep, Tobacco, Unintentional injury, Violence.