First Transnational Project Meeting – a good start!

sofiaThe first transnational meeting of the project AMICI Autobiographical Method for Migrants’ and Minorities’ Inclusion in Communities they are living In – here called TPM1 – took place between 18th – 19th March 2019 in a place made available by our Bulgarian partner on 28 Denkoglu street, fl. 1, Marabu Hall Sofia 1000. It aimed to assign roles, tasks, responsibilities, to ensure the self-perception and other evaluation processes working effectively and the coherence to objectives, activities and results, details of initial action, communication systems and work plan. There were 8 participants from the 5 partner organisations

The meeting started on 18th March at 930 with a welcoming session held by Mrs. Anna Lalkovska  – Chairperson of Bulgarian partner: Balkan Agency for Sustainable Development.

me_SofiaNext 75 minutes were dedicated to partner organisations’ presentations – participants introduced their organisations, projects and activities – emphasising the activities connected with AMICI project (dealing with autobiographical method, storytelling, movie making, drama etc.) 

After a short coffee break Silvia Petre – president of the coordinating organisation: Association Pro Xpert – reviewed the project – aims, activities, outputs – in order to assure that all partners understand the objectives, activities and results, assume their tasks and responsibilities.

Partners agreed once again on the structure of the intellectual outputs We also sign the partnership agreements, approve different documents of project management (as ”Monitoring and Evaluation Plan”, approved the logo of the project and establish the date for the transnational learning activity

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