A multiplier event for the Have Your Say project was held on 30 August 2022 in San Lazaro di Savena, Bologna. 40 representatives of educational and social institutions from Bologna and surroundings were present. The event was hosted by CEFAL Emilia Romagna, one of the members of Consorzio OPEN. The audience listened to a lecture by Giovanna Masiero about the blending of games and didactics ("Il gioco nella didattica o la didattica in gioco?"). Alessandro Borri of CPIA Montagna then presented the Have Your Say project with its new perspectives on getting to know the European Union. After the lectures, the topics were discussed with the audience.
A multiplier event for the Have Your Say project was organised on 5th of July 2022 in San Cristobal, Spain, by the Spanish partner organisation CEPA San Cristobal de la Laguna. The 23 participants were representatives of educational instutitions, regional educational bodies, state officials, as well as from civic educations including students associations.
October 2019, in Hannover, Germany
The Meeting was hosted by Stephansstift Zentrum fÃ¼r Erwachsenenbildung.
Topic of the two days meeting with 16 participants were:
- Getting familiar with the project design
- The EU and me - reflection on attitudes
- Intellectual Outputs: planning of the work to do in 33 months
- Staff Training - first considerations
- Financial and adminstrative regulations
- Defining lead roles for various responsibilities
- Communication in the team
- Dates and places of international project coordination meetings
- Evaluation of the meeting
- Introducing ourselves Introducing ourselves
- Self-reflective positioning: How do we feel about the EU? Self-reflective positioning: How do we feel about the EU?
- Discussion on the time plan Discussion on the time plan
- Group work to develop ideas on target groups Group work to develop ideas on target groups
- We used posters to present our organisations We used posters to present our organisations
- Collecting ideas Collecting ideas
- Further developing ideas of "unusual" approaches to civic education Further developing ideas of "unusual" approaches to civic education
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