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PARTNERSHIP CONTENT AND ORGANISATION

C.1 For NEW Learning Partnerships ONLY Your answers may not take more than 5 A4 pages in total (not including the tables mentioned under question C.1.12). Please answer the following questions, which are designed to identify the Partnership aims and objectives, expected outcomes, main activities and final beneficiaries, as well as the internal organisation of the Partnership. Please distinguish in each answer - if appropriate - between the various organisations / institutions participating in the Partnership. C.1.1. What are the aims and objectives of the Learning Partnership? The overall aim of the partnership is to promote human rights, democracy and inclusion of all members of the society in learning in Europe. Objectives of the partnership are: 1. To exchange best practises in Europe in teaching traditional cultures and supporting young people in creative processes; 2. To increase capacities and skills of professionals working in socially excluded and marginalised groups of inhabitants; 3. To strengthen development of lifelong learning. To reach these aims, partnership will seek to reach the results: 1. To gather best practises of organising culture events at local level reflecting European heritage and development of culture activities and supporting young people in creative processes; 2. To document best practises of supporting young people in creative processes; 3. To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European languages for staff and experts involved in the project. 4. To create a network in respective countries of training institutions, local authorities, NGO’s, educational establishments that are interested to promote life-long learning of culture teachers; 5. To familiarise to partners and their respective networks with EU 2007-2013 opportunities; 6. To document and promote findings of the project. motivation to learn other European Union languages will be increased Expected outcomes: 1. The best practises of organising culture events at local level reflecting European heritage and development of culture activities will be identified and evaluated; 2. The best practises of organising culture events at local level reflecting European heritage and development of culture activities will be documented and promoted at the local, national and international events; 3. International exchange of experience provided; foreign language skills of the staff and experts will be improved; new competences and skills developed; 4. Network will be created in respective countries of training institutions, local authorities, NGO’s, educational establishments that are interested to promote life-long learning of culture teachers; 5. Representatives of the partners and associated partners will be introduced to the available EU grant schemes and programmes, project ideas will be elaborated and project proposals involving partners and/or the members of the network created will be drafted; 6. Public awareness of the project goals and achievements increased and information dissemination channels set. Planned activities: 1. Evaluation of experience of partners and assessment of the best practises currently known in preparation and carrying out activities with European dimension; 2. Preparation of a manual of European dimension in culture activities describing the best practise example for each country using new technologies (photo, video) and short description; 3. Organising visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, acquiring new skills and increasing competence;

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4. Creating a network of local, national and international stakeholders to familiarise with issues of the project and further developments by inviting to events, meetings and information provision; 5. Research for EU opportunities and gather relevant info; share and consult with partners and develop project proposals; 6. Prepare information and publications and make them available to the target groups and wider public. C.1.2. Please provide information on the nature and expertise of the organisations involved in the Partnership. Partners involved are representing 3 different types of the institutions: 1) There are NGO’s: - with human rights including cultural rights and European integration experience (Latvia); - comprised of high level artists and art teachers (Italy) ; - with experience in work with marginalised young people and their parents (Bulgaria) ; - comprised of social and education and life long learning development experts (Germany) ; 2) There are institutions that are financed by public funds and are providing culture activities for young people, including minority and disabled people (Sweden and Romania); 3) There are municipalities (Estonia). Associated partnership represents relevant bodies in the project countries and supports creation of a network for sustainability and future development of culture teachers’ education to be able to work more effectively with marginalised groups of people as well as use intercultural learning and promotion of European values in their daily work. C.1.3. Within the Partnership what will be the respective roles and tasks of (1) the coordinating organisation / institution and (2) the other participating organisations / institutions? Partnership has been created to ensure that institutions involved possess different experiences and has a significant contribution to make. Selection was also important to provide expertise from both - old and new Member States of the European Union as well as North – South perspective.

(1) Coordinating organisation has strong experience in organising international activities and projects, so its main role is to coordinate planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of activities of the project. Other task of the coordinating organisation is to provide expertise in human rights and European Union matters. For this purpose organization has been involved in various projects to create training programmes for adults and motivate young people for participation. Organisation works for protection of rights of children including children with disability and children living in poor conditions.

(2) Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa has expertise in preservation and promotion of culture heritage, activities including international song contest “Pulcinella d’Oro” presents aims at rising awareness of Italian culture in other Member States of European Union. Organisation has experience in work in the city with multiple social problems. Organization has experience to share how cultural activities can be used to promote values of European Union. Role in the project – provide expertise in organizing international traditional culture events, provide expertise in networking in Mediterranean region, provide expertise on involving and training of volunteers for organizing international events. Stockholm School of the Arts is amongst the best culture institutions in European Union, received this year National Award as the best culture establishment, promoting creativity and artistic expressions of young people including disabled and of minority background. Staff of the school has accumulated knowledge about creative work which should be shared in the European communities. Role in the project – provide expertise on development of creativity and innovative approaches, teachers training and organizing international culture events, provide expertise in networking in Baltic Sea region. Municipality of Häädemeeste is located on the Estonian – Latvian border and represents community that needs culture programmes, adult education programmes and motivation programmes to engage all members in economic and social development. Municipality has serious international experience in carrying out projects. Häädemeeste will contribute with knowledge how to involve local decision makers in support for cultural activities and use them as a resource for community development. Role in the project – provide expertise on development of local policies and decision making procedures, development of crossborder projects. 2


THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI works in the community that represents the same

needs as Häädemeeste. Club is internationally known by its work in promotion of culture and organising festivals. The organization is starting its steps as Romania joined the communities recently. Club will be sharing their expertise in carrying out international activities and fundraising. Role in the project – provide expertise on organizing culture events for different target groups, preparation and training of adults to held international events. sozial.label e.v. is the expert organization in the social work which will contribute in assessment of the proposed and carried activities, prepared materials, methodologies and tools. The organisation cooperates with various social and cultural institutions, e.g. with "Theater der Erfahrungen e.V.", a non-professional theater company, that takes its plots from the problems of various target groups, merges them into plays and performs in places, accessible to the ordinary person, i.e. also for members of social and cultural target group themselves.The performances serve as a kick-off for discussions of the problems indicated in the plays among the spectators, thus triggering off social awareness and self reflection. It also collaborates with "Nachbarschaftshaus Urbanstrasse", a community center, which is heavily frequented by the Turkish community, thus promoting integration activities and intercultural dialogue. sozial.label e.v. will document activities of the project. Role in the project – provide expertise on social inclusion, work with marginalised groups of people, preparation and presentation of best practises. Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Sdrujenie is the organization that promotes international youth cultural exchange involving music, theatre, arts, dancing, computer training, sports, languages, literary arts. So far organization has experience in cooperation with Italy, France, Belgium, Romania and Austria. It works with young people from all capital area and has expertise in inclusion of marginalised young people and with their parents. Role in the project – provide expertise on work with parents, networking at local level and international level. All the partners will contribute with their expertise in adult education, intercultural learning and project management. C.1.4. How will effective communication organisations/institutions be ensured?

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Communication will be ensured by use of Internet and Skype. For the convenience of partners an e-mailing group will be created for staff involved and for learners – teachers, policy makers and NGO representatives. Project materials will be placed in Internet for access and use of partners. Special project materials’ templates will be drafted including a letterhead, PowerPoint presentation, evaluation questionnaire and press release. Regular monitoring of the activities will be ensured by the Coordinating organization sending out reminders and receiving feedback. A special session will be devoted to communication issues at the project kick-off meeting. Planning of activities and confirmation of dates for activities will be done at least few months in advance to ensure participation and preparation of all participants. At every international meeting a special session will be devoted for monitoring of the results and planning next steps. Coordinating organization will take responsibility to provide all urgent help and ensure consultation with relevant experts for which it may engage also partners in other countries. For ensuring of project compliance with Grundtvig programme requirements, partners are provided with the list of national authorities responsible for implementation of the Programme. C.1.5. What impact is the Partnership expected to have? Please indicate the impact on:

(1) the learners and staff directly participating Will develop interpersonal communication skills; improve writing and speaking skills of foreign languages; increase knowledge about European Union and cultures of project countries; receive and share new expertise and updated knowledge about adult education and training tools; get most recent knowledge on work with marginalised groups of society; learn about joint project development and fundraising; rise training for trainers skills and curriculum development skills; get more knowledge about organising international events of 3


European dimension; increase abilities to use IT, including presentation skills; strengthen self-awareness and self-confidence. Learners with disability and their representatives will get opportunity to contribute to the activities carried out by partners.

(2) the organisations / institutions participating in the Learning Partnership as a whole Will increase their expertise in all project issues thus will acquire improved performance of staff and higher involvement in development of adult education; assess their performance and will be able to compare with practise in European Union; will develop a network of institutions and experts nationally to be engaged in the work of partners, in development and provisions of adult education and elaboration of the future projects; will gain higher recognition at the community level and international arena.

(3) where relevant, the local community / region where each organisation / institution is located.

Local communities’ will benefit by better trained staff to be able to provide access of marginalised groups including people with disabilities to the culture processes and creativity processes which in the future will lead better integration of the society and higher access of these groups to the motivation programmes and other programmes leading to their inclusion to labour market. Culture activities developed and organized with the support of partnership in the frame of this project as well as planned will contribute towards preservation of culture heritage of the communities involved as well as contribute towards development of new forms of art and culture. Best practises and training materials collected will contribute towards development of life long learning processes in the communities. C.1.6. How will the Partnership be integrated in the current activities of the participating organisations? Activities will be integrated: 1) in preparation and carrying out of cultural events; 2) in preparation and carrying out activities to engage new target groups in cultural activities in culture establishments; 3) in preparation of applications to EU and national funding opportunities for human resource development; 4) in in-service staff training; 5) in management and public relations policy of the partners; 6) in publications, training materials and IT materials; 7) in presentations of the work at public meetings, professional meetings; 8) in positions and policy documents elaborated or amended after the project results. C.1.7. How do you intend to evaluate the success of the Partnership, in terms of the extent to which it has achieved the objectives and impacts set out in your answers to questions C.1.1. and C. 1.5. above? The activities success will be measured by timely and efficient implementation, full participation of partners, active involvement of participants and materials presented for partners and wider public, such as articles, presentations, photos, videos’. After each activity a special evaluation questionnaire will be filled out to gather comprehensive information. Outcomes of the project will be measured after each of the activity performed by project partners. Quality of outcomes will be measured by experts of partners’. Results of the project will be measured by partnership and by network members by the end of each project year in open discussion and by collecting questionnaires from learners and project staff. To what extent project has reached its objective and overall aim partnership will discuss at the final meeting together with stakeholders, representatives of target groups and outstanding experts of lifelong learning. The learners and staff directly participating will evaluate their personal achievements, skills improvement, changes of attitudes by themselves at the end of each activity and their overall achievements will be evaluated by trainers and project leadership team. Methods used: 4


participatory sharing in groups, questionnaires, self-evaluation grids; project monitoring and evaluation meetings and reports. The organisations participating in the Learning Partnership as a whole will evaluate their contribution and gains at their routine meetings, at the meetings with partners and in dialogue with representatives of the end-users of the results; young people, their parents, disabled people and others. Results of the evaluation will be delivered to the partnership so the future activities can be adjusted. Success to the local community and region where each organisation is located will be evaluated by interviews with participants of the culture events, receiving feedback from partner organizations, gathering experts’ opinion from the network. Involvement and appreciation of the project results by local decision makers, other NGO’s and mass media reflected opinions will provide evaluation of the project impact. C.1.8. How do you intend to disseminate and use the results, experience and, where applicable, ‘end products’ of the Partnership? Please refer to the steps that the participating organisations intend to take to disseminate and use these results amongst:

(1) the participating organisations / institutions, Participating institutions will use the results in their daily work: management of the institutions, development of the new activities and projects, in-service training of staff, communication to their clients and partners. Dissemination of the results will be provided at the meetings of staff, training sessions organized, on the events of evaluating work and planning future. Materials developed will be circulated and translated, where appropriate.

(2) other organisations / institutions in the local community and Results will be presented to the community at the organized culture events and press conferences. Training material - publication will be used for sharing results within the network of the experts and institutions established as well as seminars, conferences and training sessions where project partners will be involved outside the project. Websites of the partners will be used to provide information for a wider public. Cooperation will be strengthened with mass media – local, national newspapers, local, regional TV’s , Internet sites as well as relevant networks of organizations representing interests of target groups of the project (for instance, newsletter of NGO’s of disabled persons, newsletter of association of local communities, information materials produced by adult education associations, etc.). Relevant national, regional and local authorities will receive a special information letter of the results of the project.

(3)where applicable, the wider lifelong learning community. Wider lifelong learning community will benefit from the results of the project available on the Internet, shared within Leonardo da Vinci programme Leonardo Virtual Community and through SALTO Inclusion Resource centre networks. A number of project partners’ representatives are internationally well-known experts and therefore often invited to provide inputs and training sessions in other European Union and neighbouring countries. Knowledge gathered within this project will be shared within circles of artists, culture teachers, human rights experts and local decision makers in these countries. C.1.9. If your Partnership concerns intercultural dialogue, please explain how you will address this theme. Project is based on learning of European cultures – traditional ones and new expressions, breaking stereotypes and promotion of intercultural dialogue as an instrument to assist European citizens acquiring the knowledge and aptitudes to enable them to deal with a more open and more complex environment of the communities and the world. Project will contribute for raising the awareness of European citizens and others living in the European Union, of the 5


importance of developing active European citizenship which is open to the world, respectful of cultural diversity and based on common values by preparing materials how to organize European events. The project activities will be carried out in a format of an effective dialogue, that is an enriching and opening interaction which encourages the respectful sharing of ideas and an exploration of the different thought-processes through which the world is perceived and understood. This interaction will emphasize opportunities for broadened and deepened selfknowledge and worldview. This dialogue will be provided in all activities – their planning, carrying out and evaluation as well as promotion to a wider public. In the 2008 all activities will be implemented under logo of European Year of Intercultural Dialogue and will contribute to its activities. C.1.10 Has one or several of the organisations involved in the Partnership received a Partnership grant before? If yes, please give details on the year, reference number and title of the Partnership. Yes. Two of partners – Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa and Stockholm School of the Arts were partners, amongst several, in Leonardo da Vinci programme Project LV/04/B/F/PP-172.009 “Creative Child in the Management in Culture”. During this partnership aimed at creating programme and training manual for vocational training of culture managers, partners evaluated that culture managers in 5 participating countries do not have sufficient up-to-date training programmes that would provide for them learning opportunities and exchange of experience. Latvian and Estonian partners were invited to the final conference of the project. There common interests were identified a planning meeting was set up and hold in Naples, Italy form November 30 till December 4 which resulted in this application. C.1.11. If you have planned specific activities around one or several of the Grundtvig priorities below, please explain in detail the concrete measures you intend to take to:

 actively involve adult learners throughout the Partnership (planning, implementation and evaluation) Project is created with active involvement in needs assessment and ideas of the learners – culture teachers, administrative staff of culture establishments and committed NGO’s representatives through their representatives in the activities. Adult learners will be involved in the detailed planning of the activities, carrying out, evaluating and presenting the results to their respective bodies as well as to wider public. All the experiences gathering during the project will be implemented using tools that provide active participation of the learners. Evaluation methods will provide for evaluation of self-performance and active participation. All the participants will become contributors to the outputs of the project (materials, publications, information to target groups). 

help people with a disability or other special needs to take part in the Partnership

Project is based on idea of inclusion, so in every activity need to involve people who aim to work or currently work with people with special needs or take these needs into account when organizing international events. Representatives of culture teachers and managers who work with disabled persons will be involved in activities and their participation in daily work of partners will be encouraged and supported. Best practises of work with disabled people will be gathered as a part of best experiences in project countries.

 help promote the participation of learners or organisations / institutions disadvantaged for socio-economic, geographic or other reasons Project involves a number of big poly-ethnic cities (Sofia, Riga, Naples, Stockholm, Berlin) and two rural communities (Haademeeste, Onesi) where a number of socially excluded or marginalised groups can be reached by involvement in culture activities and voluntary work in community organizations including preparation of international culture activities. These groups differ by country, but mostly are comprised from young people up to 25 with low skills, disabled persons, minorities including Roma, people in pre-retirement age. 6


By assessment of best practises and provision of training module to local experts for work with these groups not only the individuals of the target groups will benefit, but also the improvement of socio- economic situation is foreseen. ďƒ˜

make sure that women and men have equal access to the Partnership

Project is based on mainstreaming equal opportunities for women and men. In the project group consisting of high level of representatives both men and women are represented. All activities, including mobilities will provide for equal participation. Assessment of best practises and suggestions for further actions for development of adult learning for promotion of European events will be done in accordance with needs and interests of both genders. Project activities will be scheduled in order to provide work life balance for all involved. C.1.12. Please fill in the Activity Planning table and the Mobility Activities table at the end of section C and provide information on the activities and mobilities taking place in each participating organisation.

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C.2 For RENEWAL of existing Learning Partnerships ONLY Your answers should not take more than 4 A4 pages in total. Please answer the following questions, which are designed to find out what the Partnership has achieved so far, what modifications have occurred compared to the original objectives and work plan, and the justification for such modifications, the future activities envisaged and the outcomes these activities are designed to give rise to. C.2.1. Describe briefly the results of the Partnership so far. C.2.2. Please fill in the Activity Planning table provided at the end of section C and provide information on the activities taking place in each participating organisation and the particular results or other outcomes to which the activities at each organisation and the Partnership as a whole are expected to give rise. Use the Mobility Activities table to describe the transnational mobility activities planned for the whole Partnership duration and all organisations involved. Please cover 2007/2008 (in case of one year renewal) or 2007-2009 (in case of two year renewal). C.2.3. Using the same format as the Activity Planning Table, please describe the activities carried out since the approval of the Partnership (see specific table for renewals) C.2.4. Describe any divergence from the Partnership as originally designed. Specify the nature of the difference, how and why it emerged, the action taken by the Partnership and its effects. Focus in particular on changes in:  the aims and objectives  the work plan and calendar  the composition and respective roles in the Partnership  the external environment in which the Partnership operates  the financial and administrative management of the Partnership C.2.5. Provide any additional comments you may wish to make to your National Agency or to the European Commission (such as the major achievement of your cooperation until now, examples of things that did not work out, an activity table with results or recommendations for future measures, administrative and financial procedures, key issues, etc.)

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Activity Planning Table (not including mobility, see Mobility Activities table) 1  Please summarise in the table below the planned Partnership activities for each of the organisations in the Partnership.  NEW Partnerships should fill in this table for the entire duration of the Partnership (2007-2009) including its preparation, implementation, evaluation and  

dissemination stages. RENEWAL applications should describe the activities envisaged from the beginning of the year 2007/2008 until the end of the Partnership. The eligibility period starts on 1 October 2007 and goes on until 31 July 2008 or 31 July 2009, depending on the length of the Partnership.

Planned Date ("from" - "to"; to be expressed in months) October 2007November 2007

Location(s)

Activity description

Objectives

Describe the nature of the activity planned

Berlin, Germany

Project meeting – detailed planning of the project

To ensure timely and precise implementation of the project

November 2007 – September 2009

Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria

Creating a network of local, national and international stakeholders to familiarise with issues of the project and further developments by inviting to events, meetings and information provision

February 2008

Romania

Project meeting - visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, acquiring new skills and increasing competence visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises

To create a network in respective countries of training institutions, local authorities, NGO’s, educational establishments that are interested to promote life-long learning of culture teachers To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European languages for staff and experts involved in the

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Actor(s) involved

Expected result

Identify the organisation(s) and, if relevant, the function of the individual(s) involved in the activity

Describe the expected results / outcomes of the activity concerned

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Sdrujenie Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

Project is planned and implementation monitored and evaluated. Plans adopted, templates and communication tools established.

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

International exchange of experience provided; foreign language skills of the staff and experts will be improved; new competences and skills developed

Network will be created in respective countries of training institutions, local authorities, NGO’s, educational establishments that are interested to promote lifelong learning of culture teachers

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Planned Date ("from" - "to"; to be expressed in months) February May 2008

Location(s)

Activity description

Objectives

Describe the nature of the activity planned

Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria

Evaluation of experience of partners and assessment of the best practises currently known in preparation and carrying out activities with European dimension

Second part of April 2008

Naples, Italy

Project meeting - visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, acquiring new skills and increasing competence visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises

May 2008 – October 2008

Latvia, Estonia, Germany

Research for EU opportunities and gather relevant info; share and consult with partners and develop project proposals

To gather best practises of organising culture events at local level reflecting European heritage and development of culture activities and supporting young people in creative processes To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European languages for staff and experts involved in the project. To familiarise to partners and their respective networks with EU 2007-2013 opportunities

Actor(s) involved

Expected result

Identify the organisation(s) and, if relevant, the function of the individual(s) involved in the activity

Describe the expected results / outcomes of the activity concerned

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

The best practises of organising culture events at local level reflecting European heritage and development of culture activities will be identified and evaluated

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

International exchange of experience provided; foreign language skills of the staff and experts will be improved; new competences and skills developed

Children’s Forum of Latvia Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v.

Representatives of the partners and associated partners will be introduced to the available EU grant schemes and programmes, project ideas will be elaborated and project proposals involving partners and/or the members of the network created will be drafted

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May 2008 – October 2008

Sweden, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria

Prepare information and publications and make them available to the target groups and wider public

To document and promote findings of the project

Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

Public awareness of the project goals and achievements increased and information dissemination channels set

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Planned Date ("from" - "to"; to be expressed in months) November 2008

Location(s)

Activity description

Objectives

Describe the nature of the activity planned

Stockholm, Sweden

Project meeting - visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, acquiring new skills and increasing competence visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises

December 2008- June 2009

Latvia, Estonia, Sweden, Germany, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria

Preparation of a manual of European dimension in culture activities describing the best practise example for each country using new technologies (photo, video) and short description

June 2009

Haademeeste, Estonia

Project meeting - visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, acquiring new skills and increasing competence visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, approve manual prepared

August

Sofia, Bulgaria

Project meeting - visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises, acquiring new skills and increasing competence visits of experts to get acquainted with the best practises

Actor(s) involved

Expected result

Identify the organisation(s) and, if relevant, the function of the individual(s) involved in the activity

Describe the expected results / outcomes of the activity concerned

To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European languages for staff and experts involved in the project. To document best practises of supporting young people in creative processes

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

International exchange of experience provided; foreign language skills of the staff and experts will be improved; new competences and skills developed

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European languages for staff and experts involved in the project. To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

The best practises of organising culture events at local level reflecting European heritage and development of culture activities will be documented and promoted at the local, national and international events International exchange of experience provided; foreign language skills of the staff and experts will be improved; new competences and skills developed

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI

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languages for staff and experts involved in the project.

Planned Date

("from" - "to"; to be expressed in months) October 2009

Location(s)

Riga, Latvia

Activity description

Objectives

Project meeting - evaluation of the results

To support learning of professionals in project countries; to facilitate experience exchange and motivate to learn other European languages for staff and experts involved in the project. and to evaluate results

Describe the nature of the activity planned

Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

Actor(s) involved

developed

Expected result

Identify the organisation(s) and, if relevant, the function of the individual(s) involved in the activity

Describe the expected results / outcomes of the activity concerned

Children’s Forum of Latvia Cooperativa Artistica Cimarosa Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipality of Häädemeeste sozial.label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

International exchange of experience provided; foreign language skills of the staff and experts will be improved; new competences and skills developed, presentation of the results

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Activities carried out2 Renewal applications only ďƒ˜ RENEWAL applications should describe the activities carried out since the approval of the Partnership Date

Location(s)

("from" - "to"; to be expressed in months)

2

Activity description Describe the nature of the activity carried out

Objectives

Actor(s) involved Identify the organisation(s) and, if relevant, the function of the individual(s) involved in the activity

Result Describe the results / outcomes of the activity concerned

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Mobility activities Please present in the table below all mobilities that the participating institutions have planned for the Partnership duration (2007/08 and, unless your application is for a 1-year renewal, 2008/09). Add lines if necessary. Please note that mobility activities can only take place between organisations/institutions receiving funding to participate in the Partnership, or to events organised by Lifelong Learning Programme projects or networks, e.g. Grundtvig Network conferences. When planning your mobility activities, please consult section D (Grant request) to check the types of funding available. Mobility description3

Sending partner

Sending country

Receiving partner

Project Start-up Meeting

Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa, Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipalit y of Häädemee ste THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI, Children’s Forum of Latvia Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa,

Italy, Sweden, Estonia, Romania, Latvia, Bulgaria

sozial. label e.v.

Italy, Sweden,

THE TRADE UNIONS

Project Meeting

3 4

Receiving country

Approximat e starting date

Duratio n (days)

Nr of learners

+ Nr with special needs

Nr of staff4

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Germany

October 2007

3

4 3 2 2 2 2

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Romania

February 2008

4

4 3

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Nr of persons from associate d partners, if relevant 6(Germa ny)

Total nr of perso ns

15 (Romania

4 3

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4 3 2 2 2 2 15 (Germ any) Total 30


Project Meeting

Project Meeting

Stockholm School of the Arts, Children’s Forum of Latvia, sozial. label e.v., Municipalit y of Häädemee ste Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Children’s Forum of Latvia, Stockholm School of the Arts, sozial. label e.v., THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI, Municipalit y of Häädemee ste Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa, Children’s Forum of Latvia, Municipalit y of Häädemee ste

Latvia, Germany, Estonia, Bulgaria

CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI

2 3 2 2 2

Latvia, Sweden, Germany, Romania, Estonia, Bulgaria

Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa

Italy

April 2008

5

3 3 3 2 3 2

12 (Italy)

6 (Italy)

6 (Italy)

Italy, Latvia, Estonia, Romania, Germany, Bulgaria

Stockholm School of the Arts

Sweden

November 2008

3

4 2 2 2 3 2

-

-

-

)

2 3 2 2 2 35 (Roma nia) Total 53

6 (Italy)

3 3 3 2 3 2 34 (Italy) Total 50

1 (Estonia) 4 ( Sweden )

17

4 2 3 2 3 2 20 ( Swe den)


Project Meeting

Project Meeting

THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI, sozial. label e.v., Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa, Children’s Forum of Latvia, Stockholm School of the Arts, THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI, sozial. label e.v., Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa, Children’s Forum of Latvia, Municipalit y of Häädemee ste THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB

Total 36

Italy, Latvia, Sweden, Romania, Germany, Bulgaria

Municipalit y of Häädemee ste

Estonia

June 2009

3

4 3 3 2 3 2

-

-

Italy, Latvia, Estonia, Romania, Germany, Bulgaria

Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

Bulgaria

August 2009

3

4 3 1 2 3 2

-

-

2 (Latvia) 10 (Estonia)

1 (Estonia) 4 (Bulgaria)

18

4 5 3 2 3 2 15 (Eston ia) Total 34

4 3 2 2 3 2 20 (Bulga ria) Total 36


Project Meeting

ONESTI, sozial. label e.v., Stockholm School of the Arts Cooperativ a Artistica Cimarosa, Stockholm School of the Arts, Municipalit y of Häädemee ste THE TRADE UNIONS CULTURAL CLUB ONESTI, sozial. label e.v., Nadejda CRD Sdrujenie

Italy, Sweden, Estonia, Romania, Germany, Bulgaria

Children’s Forum of Latvia

Latvia

October 2009

2

4 3 2 2 3 2

6 (Latvia)

6 (Latvia)

-

20 (Latvia) 3 ( Estonia)

19

4 3 2 2 3 2 50 (Latvi a) Total 66


20


21


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