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We celebrated our II EDUFIN transnational meeting at Warwick University, UK

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During October 21st and 22nd 2015, technicians and researchers of the EDUFIN project met to review the status of the project, the results of the National Reports, and the quality criteria of the project to plan the next stage corresponding to the Participatory Process.

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Ana Reyes (participant) during the II EDUFIN transnational meeting in Warwick, UK

Among other things, the partners discussed the tools they will use to plan the sessions, in order to collect as much information about the points of views of young adults, how to get the best analysis their concerns about both, the content and methodologies, and how to face the challenges of reaching the largest possible number of young people at this stage of the project.

II EDUFIN transnational meeting in Warwick, UK

II EDUFIN transnational meeting in Warwick, UK

Transnational meetings are an opportunity to hold substantive discussions of the project, which is not possible by email or Skype, which are common communication media, and allow a closer relationship as colleagues.

The first meeting took place in January 2015 in Barcelona and the last will be in June 2016, it will coincide with the final event of the project to be held in Brussels.

One of the participants of the meeting was Anna Reyes who is a collaborator of the Adult School of Verneda. Anna is an active part of EDUFIN project as young adult, she feels part of the target audience is for this project and she has supported both the drafting and the meetings of the participatory process.

 


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