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We, as individuals (and consequently as a society) need to become bold enough to think new thoughts, in a new way. It’s a process, and this project is a part of that process. one. If you keep them to yourself, eventually you will suffocate them. If you let them out in the public, discuss them, ponder about them, you will virtually see them breathe, evolve, grow, disolve, re-emerge, change, develop. Ideas, and consequently projects, nowadays are extremely organic, they are like a living organism – while their essence remains the same, they change many forms as they try to fit into local circumstances, mindsets, opportunities and difficulties. A project leader working on an international project needs to understand that the project cannot be implemented in the same way in Poland and in Pakistan – numerous external factors, from political, economic, ethnic to religious, cultural and historical tend to impact the course of the project implementation, and one of the things a project leader does is assesing all these outside factors, in order to create a localized approach and in project implementation. Furthermore, a project leader follows current events on educational policies, developments from decision making organizations like European Commision, United Nations and similar, in order to help evaluate and determine the next steps, possible ways forward, advocating positions, coherent argumentation etc. 115

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