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Kick-off meeting in Paris

On May 9-10, the project partners from Finland, Lithuania and France met in Paris. Unfortunately, colleagues from Italy only connected remotely.

 The first and most important activity of face-to-face meeting was getting to get to know the partners. We used the cards created during the project and other ice breaking games for this task. After acquaintance we continued the first day’s meeting by discussing the activities that have already taken place, planning workshops which will be held in May and June and other PR1 tasks.

 The second day was dedicated to PR2 activities. Each partner presented the parts for which they are responsible. LCTA talked about a set of 15 participatory activities which will be included in adaptability guide dedicated to artisans. DADAU presented a 10-item virtual exhibition model with a 3-step workshop plan with instruction guide for librarians and facilitators of local cultural centres.

WPT is responsible for model of video montages to create virtual cultural visits, dedicated to local and rural heritage. Also, this will be completed by a video tutorial for duplication dedicated to adult language learners and individuals from remote areas.

UTU sparked a discussion about their activity which is a video lesson on the process of the co-creation workshop, showing each step of the cooperation in an educational and methodological way. All partners discussed how to complete all the activities, how to help each other and how to best reach target groups.

During the two-day meeting, we created a time table with a deadline for all the tasks till 2023 December.

Thanks to colleagues for all formal and informal conversations, time and energy. 

It was nice to meet you! 

Next stop for joint staff training – Italy! 

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