From hate communication to anti-hate communication: Exhibition during the final conference of the RADAR project http://win.radar.communicationproject.eu/web/event/final-conference-radar-project/?preview=true
BRIDGE-IT Best Practice Exhibition during the final conference of the BRIDGE-IT project “Be Relevant to Intercultural Diversity Generation in Europe - Integration Team”, in collaboration with University of Perugia
Best Practice in Intercultural & Institutional Communication e-SPICES in exhibition during the final conference of the e-SPICES project “electronic Social Promotion of Intercultural Communication Expertise and Skills”, in collaboration with University of Perugia.
SPICES “Social Promotion of Intercultural Communication Expertise and Skills” in exhibition at the European Commission. From the 200 projects invited to compete to take part in this exhibition, SPICES was chosen by a panel of 10 independent experts as an example of best practice in the field of creativity and innovation, helping to illustrate how DG Education and Culture supports this important subject which is at the heart of European Union policies.
SPICES featured at the EC during the Conference and exhibition "Creativity and Innovation - Best practices from EU Programmes" among the first 20 projects chosen to participate in the exhibition on Creativity and Innovation. The exhibition took place in Brussels from 2 to 3 March 2009 and run alongside the conference called "Creativity and Innovation – best practice from EU programmes".
European Lifelong Learning Award for Quality in Mobility - SILVER AWARD
During the conference "Quality in mobility within the Lifelong Learning Programme" organised under the Slovenian presidency of the EU, in cooperation with the Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Educational and Training Programmes
– CMEPIUS, Ljubljana (http://www.cmepius.si) and the Republic of Slovenia -
Government of the RS Ministry of Education and Sport, Ljubljana (http://www.mss.gov.si/en/), SPICES was nominated for a European Lifelong Learning Award for “Quality in Mobility” and was honoured with a SILVER AWARD: The international mobility of individuals as a tool for the achievement of goals of the Lisbon strategy is gaining on importance on the European and national level. When considering mobility, the issue at stake is not only the increase in the quantity of individual mobility, but its quality. Improved quality of mobility brings increased impact on the individual and for the organization, as well as for the broader environment.
The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) dedicates the major part of its activities and financial support to transnational mobility. The goal of every participating country is to improve the quality and impact of mobility. To support the European and national processes in this field, a broad discussion at the conference entitled “Quality in Mobility within the Lifelong Learning Programme” has taken place during Slovene presidency to the EU.
The conference has set for its objective to prepare recommendations for the improvement of accessibility of mobility, for enhancement of quality, recognition and impact of staff mobility.
The discussion has included the perspectives and practices of the European and national policies as well as organizations and individuals, which participate in international mobility. Special attention has been given to mobility projects of high quality within programme actions. The exhibition of selected European projects, publications of success project stories and the European quality awards ceremony dedicated to the 15 winning projects in five categories of LLP mobility (Comenius, Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig and Languages) has demonstrated the success and impact of the Lifelong learning programme and at the same time disclosed the opportunities, which the programme offers.
SPICES in exhibition during the final conference of the SPICES project “Social Promotion of Intercultural Communication Expertise and Skills”, in collaboration with University of Perugia.