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The European Conference "International cooperation. How to start it well?" valorising the key outcomes of  the “First-time international projects realisers support network” project took place - paralell in Tyniec (Poland) and online 21st – 22nd of September 2020.

There were participants from Poland, Italy, Hungary, Denmark, Austria, Portugal and Latvia taking part in the event. Thank you for your active participation, sharing ideas, experiences and networking!

We do hope that the tools and solutions presented, as well as the new contacts made,  would be useful for your work as the international projects realisers.

The space for adding your ideas concerning the FIRST Network portal, the FIRST Network and international cooperation in general will be opened by October 1st. Please feel free to add more ideas HERE!

Below you will find the conference presentations for downloading.

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The European Conference presentations (PDFs):

Introduction to the project “First-time international project realisers support network”, being realized in the period August 2018 – September 2020 by five civil society organisations from Poland, Italy, Hungary, Denmark and Austria.
Speaker: Agnieszka Dadak, Project manager, Foundation of Alternative Educational Initiatives, Poland.

“Successes and challenges. Report I on international projects management in the civil society sector of adult education”.
Speaker: Aron Weigl, EDUCULT - Institute of Cultural Policy and Cultural Management, Austria.

“Key competences and needs for support. Report II on international projects management in the civil society sector of adult education”.
Speaker: Hans Jørgen Vodsgaard, Interfolk, Institut for Civilsamfund, Denmark.

Introduction: A new International Support Network for the first time international projects realisers.
Speakers: Rafał Dadak and Jerzy Kraus, Foundation of Alternative Educational Initiatives, Poland.

The FIRST Network Portal. The webpage dedicated to first-time international project realisers.
Speaker: Agnieszka Dadak, Foundation of Alternative Educational Initiatives, Poland.

 

“Guidelines and scenario for implementation mentoring and e-mentoring systems supporting international cooperation initiation and developing in the 3rd sector adult learning organisations”.
Speaker: Lorenza Lupini, Cooperativa Sociale COOSS MARCHE ONLUS scpa, Italy.


The Manual for national trainings & The Manual for European trainings of the first-time project managers and organization leaders involved in international cooperation.
Speaker: Marianna Labbancz, Folk High School Association Surrounding Budapest, Hungary.

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It is our pleasure to invite all interested in international cooperation and lifelong learning to the international conference valorising the key outcomes of the “First-time international projects realisers support network” project.

The Conference will take place 21 - 22 of September 2020 at The Guest House of the Tyniec Abbey in Tyniec (next to Kraków). The conference starts at 1 pm September 21st and ends at 3 pm September 22nd.

The aim of the conference is to capitalise the 2 – year long cooperation of five civil society organisations from five European countries: Poland, Italy, Hungary, Austria and Denmark.

During the conference the following main outcomes of the project will be presented and discussed:
- The Multilateral Survey Report on good practices and success stories at supporting international projects managers in the adult education civil society organisations.
- The Multilateral Research Report on key competences of international project managers in the adult education civil society.
- The ‘SUPPORT PORTAL’ for the first time international projects realisers.
- The mentoring and e-mentoring system for the first-time international project realisers.
- The training course curricula and open educational resources for the first time international projects realisers.

Last but not least, during the conference, a network of civil society organizations representing the adult education sector – The FIRST Network - will be presented. The aim of the FIRST Network will be to contribute to strengthening the capacity of these organizations to work internationally, enhancing innovativeness and the ability to adapt to changes in the modern world.


The conference programme.


To register to the conference, please fill in the form available here: Register to the conference!
Registrations to the conference will be opened by September 15th, 23:59 CET.

If you would like to participate in the conference, but are unable to join us in Kraków, we offer you the possibility to participate actively online.
To register to the conference online, please fill in the form available here: Register for online participation!


** In case if the epidemic situation caused by Covid-19 in Europe worsens, the conference may take place online only.

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