Entries by raminta

The massive pandemic of COVID-19 virus in VMU AJMD “MODUSAS”

The massive pandemic of COVID-19 virus has also reached our non – profit organization VMU AJMD “MODUSAS”. It was as unexpected as for everyone in the Lithuania. All public places have been closed including our main meeting spot – university.  We had no other choice but to cancel our events such as “The Great Vileika […]

LBDLC chronicle

During our two-day partner gathering in Toulouse, in February 2020, we had the opportunity to meet with the team of “Le Bruit de la Conversation”, a young local organisation, that presented us their actions, and more importantly, made us test them ! “Le Bruit de la Conversation » (« The noise of conversation ») was […]

Co-Engage project meeting Toulouse

Late February 2020, we hosted our 5th partners meeting in Toulouse, France. For this two-days meeting, 18 people were gathered, not only members (workers or volunteers) from our organisations, but also stakeholders and “partners of partners”. That brought in a rich diversity regarding approaches and contributions to working groups, as we could have inputs and […]

Co-Engage project meeting in Bologna

The third transnational meeting of our Co-Engage project took place in Bologna on May 16th and 17th, 2019 hosted by the Italian partner School Raising. The main goal was to collect two good practices’ case study about co-engagement for each partner. Secondary, we had to check together the progress of the work we did in […]

Co-Engage project meeting in Porto

During the days 11th and 12th of February, Co-Engage took place for the first International Meeting Project, after que Berlin kick-off meeting in December. This working meeting took place in Porto city, Portugal, and FAJDP – Porto Federation of Youth Associations – was the host. The activities took place in FAJDP headquarters House of Associations […]

Co-Engage kick off – starting the co-creation in Berlin

The idea of Co-engage was born in the heads of a team, that was working from offices in different European countries. This, on its own, gives a good example of co-creation and its potential. Co-Engage is built on the conviction, that teaching participation through co-creation will contribute to the empowerment of activated citizens and social […]