On 1st July 2019, CHIEF partners attended a meeting at the European Research Council Executive Agency in Brussels. During the meeting, we presented our findings and initial policy recommendations based on the first 12 months of the project to a panel of experts. The meeting was really productive and we are very grateful for the positive feedback and suggestions from the experts.
On 3 June 2019 Daugavpils University hosted a Multi-Stakeholder Partnership’s (MSP) core team meeting attended by eight representatives from various target groups, i.e. young people, education practitioners, civil society activists, policymakers, community leaders, etc. Continue reading “The Multi-Stakeholder Partnership’s Core Team Meeting in Daugavpils (Latvia)”
The second meeting of the UK CAPP took place on 21st May at Aston University. The team presented an overview of the first year of the CHIEF project and discussed policy recommendations arising from this with CAPP members. The next meeting is planned for November.
On 21st May the CHIEF team at Aston University (UK) brought together a core group of stakeholders from civil society to begin to design and plan a series of three workshops with stakeholders over the coming year. Working with these stakeholders will help the CHIEF team to ensure that these workshops make a difference to policy and practice.
February 13-14 2019 @ Centre Marc Bloch
Fantastic two days with Citizens For Europe (CFE) who provided work package 8 teams with insightful tips as well as participatory and interactive methods on developing our multi-stakeholder partnership and policy advocacy, to allow for inclusive, reflective and participatory social changes. We were thrilled to be joined by our civil society partners from Croatia, Georgia and Turkey. Continue reading “CHIEF Training Session with Citizens For Europe – Berlin, Germany”
The first meeting of the UK Council of Policy and Practice was convened at Aston University on 25th January 2019. The Council will meet biannually for the duration of CHIEF to advise on the design of the project and to underpin its relationship with those working in the field of cultural education. Continue reading “First UK CAPP Meeting”
December 18-19 @ University Library
It was an extremely productive and action packed two days discussing our plans for a survey of young people’s cultural literacy, research in heritage sites, and young people’s engagement in cultural practices, as well as plans for disseminating our findings. We also heard from Andrew Miles, Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester, on the topic of researching ‘everyday’ cultural participation. Continue reading “CHIEF International Meeting – Riga, Latvia”
September 26-28 @ MEDILS – Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences
It has been an intensive few days, but a great opportunity for partners to get to know each other better & to discuss in depth the work packages. Continue reading “CHIEF International Meeting – Croatia, Split”