International Cooperation Evolution - Second Editi..
International Cooperation Evolution - Second Edition
Start date: Aug 1, 2016,
End date: Mar 31, 2017
The project International Cooperation Evolution – Second Edition (ICE 2) has the goal of stimulating cooperation and international partnerships between youth organization from the programme and partner countries, by offering a learning environment that will facilitate the exchange of knowledge, ideas and good practice, as well as the development of new mobility projects together for the future.The objectives of ICE 2 are the steps that we will take in order to achieve this goal:1.Organizing an international meeting in December 2016, which will reunite 12 youth organizations (6 from the programme and 6 from the partner countries) and 36 participants (youth workers, trainers, youth leaders, project managers)2.Promoting cooperation in youth work at international level, through the exchange of knowledge, ideas and good practices on the whole duration of the project, in the wake of openess and tolerance3.Sketching 5 ideas for future Erasmus+ projects through brainstorming and team work of the participants and their development in e-forms during the activities in December 2016. The projects will be applied at various National Agencies, depending on the availability of the partners involved (February 2017 deadline)4.Creating a platform for communicating online in the shape of a Facebook group, in order to be used at all stages of the project (preparation, implementation, follow-up)5.Developing and updating the online resources created the first edition of ICE, www.iceplatform.wordpress.com and the Google Drive database, with information about ICE 2.ICE 2 is a contact making event for creating new partnerships which will take place in Poiana Negrii, Romania, between 4 and 14 December 2016, reuniting 36 participants that will represent organizations from 12 countries: Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Czech Republic, Albania, Georgia, United Kingdom, Jordan, Portugal, Tunisia, Ukraine, Algeria. Each organization will send 3 participants, selected from their youth workers, youth leaders, experts and close collaborators. The host organization will include in this mobility a group of 7 persons, among which 3 participants, youth workers and youth leaders of the organization, 2 trainers and 2 facilitators, which will ensure the content of the sessions from the activity schedule, as well as the integration in the learning environment of the participants. The main aim of this seminar is the build-up of sustainable partnerships between programme countries and partner countries (Middle East and North Africa, Eastern Europe and Caucasus, West Balkans).The methods applied in ICE 2 belong to the following categories: -integrative (stimulate group cohesion)-creative (stimulate artistic spirit and freedom of expression)-open space (stimulate freedom of expression and freedom of choice)-debate (stimulate the constructive exchange of ideas and building arguments)-learning by doing (stimulate the capacity of the participants to manage through practical situations)-reflection and self-reflection (stimulate the participants to acknowledge better the learning process)-evaluation (stimulate the participants to offer feedback)Quantitative indicators related to the impact:-informing over 50.000 persons (through the use of the followign channels: 12 Facebook pages, 7 official websites, press releases on 10 Facebook groups with 5000-50000 users, appearances in local press in minimum 4 countries)-transforming the 36 participants in multiplying factors through the use of the accumulated competences-5 new projects created, each having the possibility (according to our calculations) of involving in average 30 young people, therefore a potential of 150 young people that can benefit from new mobilities in 2017.Qualitative indicators related to the impact:-creating new structures-realizing the full extent of the international potential of the organizations involved-increase of visibility
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