FIRST TRAINING SESSION OF TIC-TAC PROJECT: A FRUITFUL EXCHANGE BETWEEN THE PARTNERS. Brussels 29-30 March 2012
The international training session of the project TIC-TAC was a success since it allowed a fruitful exchange between the partners of the project, who were mostly represented.
The training session was held in the Liaison office of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region in Brussels from 29th to 30th March.
The day before, the participants of the training session of TIC-TAC attended the international launching conference of another project led by ALDA: WTD-Working Together for Development.
This training was the first opportunity for partners of the project TIC-TAC to meet each other and to share their experience. The first part of the training was organised with a dynamic approach providing to participants both theoretical elements on the Europe for Citizens Programme and concrete examples from people who have already implemented a project within this programme.
Then participants were divided in working groups and tried to identify quality elements on active citizenship projects, which were synthetised and presented to them on the second day of the training.
Diego Pinto, General Secretary of the European Movement International came to present its organisation and to speak about a specific way of grant proposed by the Europe for Citizens Programme (operating grant).
These two days allowed to participants to increase their knowledge on the Europe for Citizens Programme, to discuss the preparation of the second step of the project TIC-TAC, which is the organisation by each partner of 12 local info-days aiming at promoting the Europe for citizens Programme. It was also an opportunity for participants to meet new organisations and new potential partners for further projects.
For more information, please contact: Marine Henry, ALDA Project Manager Active Citizenshipmarine.email@example.com or +33 (0)3 90 21 45 93.