2nd DESK Newsletter

You can download the second newsletter of the project DESK here.

First TICTAC Newsletter


3rd Partners Meeting in Italy – DESK

The DESK project partners have successfully concluded the 3rd Transnational Project Meeting in Potenza, Italy.
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TICTAC: Kick-off meeting in Prague

A kick-off meeting was held in Prague on November 29, 2019, for the new Erasmus+ project called TICTAC. The main aim of the meeting was to deal with intellectual outputs, to involve individual partners in their processing and, among other things, dissemination and project management.

The meeting was great and in a relaxed atmosphere and we are looking forward to further cooperation.


DESK 1st Nesletter


2nd Partners Meeting in Poland – DESK

The DESK project partners have successfully concluded the 2nd Transnational Project Meeting in Pila, Poland.
The meeting’s goals among others were the approval of the established State of the Art Review (O1) and also discuss the emerging Curriculum (O2). In addition, sample material of courseware that can be developed was demonstrated during this meeting. In the end, the partners were able to define exactly how the DESK Training Toolbox (O4) content will be developed and who does what in the remaining project period.
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AgriGo4Cities Final Conference – Budapest, March 2019

On behalf of the AgriGo4Cities project partnership, we kindly invite you to take part in our transnational conference PARTICIPATORY URBAN AGRICULTURE FOR INCLUSIVE CITIES,
which will be held in Budapest on the 19th of March 2019. The transnational conference, coordinated by the Central Transdanubian RegionalInnovation Agency, will bring together scholars, practitioners, NGOs, activists, policymakers and public institutions’ representatives, with the aim of discussing the urban participatory agriculture contribution to the development of vibrant community-building spaces, the possibilities for integration of the participatory approach into public decision-making and ways to motivate and empower marginalized groups to become socially and economically more engaged in the decision-making processes. The conference will be held in English, Hungarian translation will be provided.

You are invited to follow the progress of the conference on the Facebook event page: 


and apply as a participant through the online form until 8th March 2019: 


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EuDA Course

Are you a teacher, educator, representative of a school or of an educational institution? Are you willing to know more about Strategic Management? Would you like to spend a week in Prague? 

If the answer is YES, then this course is for you!

This course is intended for teachers, educators, representatives of schools or of any other educational institution interested in acquiring or enhancing further skills in strategic management, implementation of modern trends and innovations in the education system, as well as enhancing the participation of their schools in European projects.

Strategic management in schools forms the core theme of this course, which its most significant part is international cooperation and development of European schools, therefore throughout the course, the participants will acquire some knowledge in topics related to strategic management, such as financial planning or staff management.

For more information http://courses.euda.eu/

Alterdrive Project Meeting in Poland

Between 16th and 18th October 2018, a meeting of Alterdrive project partners took place in Byalistok, Poland. The European Development Agency is one of the active participants in the project and was involved in the various steps that will lead to the creation of a new manual for secondary industrial schools about alternative fuels. A part of the meeting was an evaluation of the questionnaire conducted in the past months by head-mechanics in car services of automotive brands in all partner countries of the project.

The questionnaire led to interesting conclusions such as confirmation that students of industrial schools should be taught more intensively about alternative fuels as well as that the system lacks specialists. There is also an urgent need for the education of new mechanics as car services do not have enough educated mechanics for electric or hybrid engines. The project team received a positive feedback on their intentions and already planned further steps to proceed in the upcoming months.

Meeting of the partners of the STOP BULLYING project

A second project meeting of coordinators for all project partners took place from 8 to 10 October 2018. This time, the meeting was organized by our Italian partner from the beautiful northern Italian city of Asti. During the meeting, there was a visit to the partner natural science lyceum and several very beneficial activities directly with the students there. However, the outcome of the meeting was to set the next project timetable and to review the performance of the outputs by individual partners. At Asti, we also started preparations for the third LTTA, which will be held in Portugal in April 2019. On this occasion, Czech teachers will present to their foreign colleagues their own experience of a socially-based type of bullying based on material differences among children.