Second Meeting of the Project was held in Ostrow Wielkopolski (Poland) on the 21st-23rd of May 2019, and this meeting was good opportunity for partners to share their experiences regarding work that has been done so far, as a part of project.
On the first day, Pryzgodzice Manicipality Mayor welcomed project partners, made a presentation about the town and Anna Szymanowska, project partner from Stowarzyszenie Szansa dla Aktywnych (Poland), made an introduction about two days meeting working plan.
Second session, all partners presented the focus group reports and each partner gave general information about their own study and shared their experinces that they had during the focus group performances. After each organisation’s presentation in Pryzgodzice Manicipality Hall, partners visited Goluchow Castle and were informed about the history of the place.
The second day, following topics were discussed and all partners exchanged their views on each topic during the first session of the meeting
Second session of the meeting, a presentation was made by Mahmut Fevzi Cengiz, project partner from Gaziosmanpasa University (Turkey) and all partners were informed about the guide book of the project and the toolkits that will be used for intergenerational walks. Following that The co-crew app. Presentation was made by Andrea Gomez – Sonia Tover project partners from Hop Ubiquitous (Spain).
At the end of the day, a presentation was made by project coordinator Andreea Oprea about the project contractual and budget issues such as reports, deadlines, eligible expenses… The meeting ended with the presentation of the third meeting, which will be held in Croatia next September.
The project kick-off meeting took place in Ceutí-Murcia on the 21st-23rd of November. This meeting was an opportunity for partners to meet each other and present their organisations experience regarding the project, as a starting point.
Ceutí Mayor welcomed partners the first day and Andreea Oprea, project coordinator, from DGI Vestjylland (Denmark), made an introduction to the three days kick-off meeting working plan.
Ceutí showed the TED Talk by Paloma Navas “Preventing imaginary Aging”, which has a lot in common with the project aims: to encourage senior people to be more active, change their mentality towards a more positive one, build healthy communities to which people of all ages and physical condition may belong.
Find this TED Talk below:
After each organisation’s presentation in Ceutí Town Hall, partners visited Hop Ubiquitous premises and knew the project Be Memories. Be Memories is a solution to respond to the need of cities to preserve and disseminate the intangible cultural heritage through videos recorded to citizens which tell anecdotes, stories about a place. Through the smart spot technology develop by HOPU, users only need their smart phone to enjoy this experience.
“Be Memories” is a good starting point for the Walk-a-Story project, as Ceutí already has an experience collecting stories, recording them and using the videos to promote the territory. Through this project, partners aim at developing active story telling walks with intergenerational participants and that citizens themselves may record and upload the best stories through the Co+ Crew App.
The work during the two following took place in INFO: Institute for Development of the Region of Murcia.
Partners presented best practices from which the other delegations could learn:
Ceutí explained two previous Erasmus Plus projects: IBRAVE and its link to fostering a destination brand through citizens and local ambassadors, and SPAHCO, which Grow Together app aimed at parents of children between 0 and 18 years olds could be used to promote the intergenerational walks, as it is present in all partners’ territories.
This web site was realised in the project“Innovative Tourism – Collecting Cultural Heritage Through Intergenerational Walks”
in the framework of the European programme “Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices” and “Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training”. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.