HEARTS  2012

HERITAGE EMPOWERING AFFECTIVITY, REVALUING TRADITIONS AND SOLIDARITy

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6th Meeting HEARTS in Tripoli, Greece

20-23 APRIL 2014 IN TRIPOLIS / GREECE*


COMPUTER HOUSE –TRIPOLIS GREECE was the host for the LAST meeting of The Hearts Project be 4 dates 20th to 23 th April, 2014.

There were 2 partners : Italy & Greece.

 Italy with 4 participants

 Greece with 3 participants


The partners associations for this Project are:

Italy: AimNetwork, Ferrara

Greece: Computer House, Tripolis


Sunday 20 April 2014

– The participants arrived in Tripolis . 


Monday 21 April 2014

-The meeting started with the welcoming speech of president of organisation Ms .Matina Paraschou and the presentation. She spoke for the Arcadia area and gave some information of the town of Tripolis.

-The Greek coordinator gave a speech about what have been done so far and what will be done

The Greek partner and the creator of Digital Literacy Course, Mrs. Christina Benopoulou presented the final version of the manual of Digital literacy. She explain in detail every step of D.L and answered all questions about it. Before the coffee break, all participants had the chance to visit the class of elderly students and chat with them.

First we visited a pastry lab Workshop. All partners had the opportunity to wear special professional aprons and uniforms and took part at the preparation of traditional Greek sweet . Mrs Evagelia Anargyrou and her dauther Vıchy Anargyrou and all the team of “XARAS” PASTRY LAB” , with pleasure showed us the secrets of making a greek traditional pastry made of fyllo, sugar, walnuts and honey. At the end all partners got a sweet treat.


The next step was the lunch in the city centre. All partners had a great time while tasting some traditional greek food. After lunch we walked to the meeting place and we had the chance to go sightseeing of the city. -In the meeting place we continued the presantations.

The first presentation was from the Italian partner, Mr Giuseppe Torrisi from “NETWORK REVOLUTION ” cooperating with AIMNetwork. He presented us a new product, an “e-learning DIGITAL PLATFORM, “ATHENA E-LERNING”. This product was elaborated by “NETWORK REVOLUTION ” enterprise, who cooperate with AIMNetwork in ICT issues. He explained to us that the platform of Athena e-learning is like a website and gives the possibility for synchronous and asychronus teaching useful for distance e-learning. Everyone can get an account and can see what the teacher has uploaded (asynchronus learning) through the digital blackboard is possible to have a sychronus face to face classroom.Then Ms. Luciana De Marco board member of AIMNetwork, explains very analytically the two steps of their open source solution of Athena E-learning and how work e-learning platform Moodle. Then, she gave us some examples about the platform and explains its facilities. Consequently, the Italian partners explained to us how the new platform will be used and combined with the new project, under the Erasmus + programe, entitled “ICT in HEARTS” which hopefully, will be the sequel of “HEARTS”. The audience of the meeting was made from Greek and Italian partners in face to face and other partners connected via e-learning platform. From Romania attended the meeting Ms. Nicoleta Loghin, the coordinator of whole project, from Turkey Mesut Arabacioglu, the contact person of theTurkish partner and from Italy, Ms. Maria Kavouri, looking for testing the e-learning platform and exchange ideas.


After the presentation in the meeting place, two visits took place

-First visit was at the Athlete Club of Tripolis where we had a discussion with the president of the local athletic team and we discuss about a future cooperation of the countries who were involved in this project based on the Erasmus Sports – this is something new, and the leader of this, the European Union, gives a lot of importance.

-Second visit was at the “Folk Art Museum”, a very interesting place and the partners had the chance to see old objects such as tools, household objects, paper documents, handmade beads etc.

-Later on that night we had dinner at a local traditional restaurant with typical Greek food.


Thursday 29 March 2014

In the second day of the meeting the coordinators discussed about the future activities.

All partners – staff filled the evaluation report of the internal staff involved in the last meeting

The discussion was focused on internal and external evaluation and the Greek coordinator explained how this evaluation can be done. We also discussed about of the progress of the program “HEARTS” and talked about partners’ tasks.


Excursion to Mycenaes - A GREAT HISTORICAL PLACE

http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/gh351.jsp?obj_id=2573

“Visit Mycenae! Going up the Mycenae hill, you will arrive at the Mycenaean monumental gate of the fortification wall, the Lions Gate. Within the fortification wall, you will see the Palace of Mycenae and the underground water container, which was connected with natural sources in the area through an underground aqueduct. Do not forget to have your flashlight with you! At the bottom of the hill, you can visit the Archaeological Museum of Mycenae. Within easy reach, there lies the tomb of Agamemnon, which is still called the tomb of Agamemnon, even though it is now known that it does not belong to the legendary king of Mycenae, as people formerly believed. “


Dinner was followed in Nafplion

Certifications Awards

A tour at the graphic city of Nafplion

Back to Tripolis 


Wendsday 23 April 2014

DEPARTURE DAY

5th Meeting HEARTS in Tripoli, Greece

COMPUTER HOUSE –TRIPOLIS GREECE  was  the  host  for the 5th meeting of The Hearts Project between dates 27th and 30 th March, 2014. 

There were 3 partners that came to Greece :

              Italy , Turkey, Romania.

             Romania attended with 9 participants

        Italy with 4 participants

          Turkey with 6 participants

          Greece with 3 participants

 

The partners associations for this Project are: 

Romania: Bucovina Guides Association, Suceava.

Turkey: Bolu Halkın Eğitimini Geliştirme ve Destekleme Derneği, Bolu.

Italy: AimNetwork, Ferrara

Greece: Computer House, Tripolis


Thursday 27 March 2014

The participants arrived in  Tripolis.


Friday 28 MArch 2014

- The meeting started with the  welcoming  speech  of president of organisation Ms .Matina Paraschou and  the presentation. She spoke for the Arcadia area and gave some information of the town of Tripolis.

- The Romanian coordinator,  Nicoleta  Loghin  gave a speech about what have been done so far and what will be done

- The coordinator of Greece  project  talked about  the programme of the last  meeting.

The Greek partner and the creator of Digital Literacy Course ,  Mrs. Christina Benopoulou presented the final version of the manual of Digital literacy. She explain in detail every step of D.L and answered  all questions about it. Before the coffee break, all participants had the chance to visit the class of elderly students and chat with them.

-We visited the CITY HALL and we had the oportunity to meet the Mayor of TRIPOLIS town and to talk with him about local  and european subjects. The Mayor explained to us how the city’s authorities support initiatives which have to do with european educational programs.

-  After the break The Turkish partner’s presented   the final  version of our common portfolio of the guide on good practices in arts and handcrafts. The presentation was made by Mrs Asli Akdemir. The Turkish partner explain us about the title : “MY PAST IS MY FUTURE” - why they choose it  and which is its useful. Also she explained that NICOLETA LONGIN the Romanian coordinator, choose the motivo which   is decorated, She talked about the aims of the portofolio and explained that it is included  the research about the difference between young and eldery people as Italian partners introduced this research in HEARTS PROJECT. Finally, she  presented the two workshops of Turkey team. In this meeting we had the opportuninity to meet the new director of the school Mr. Mehmet Bayir who was very interested on the project.  First we visited  a pastry lab Workshop. All partners had the opportunity to wear special  professional aprons  and uniforms and took part at the preparation  of traditional Greek sweet .Mrs Evagelia Anargyrou and her dauther Bıki Anargirou and all the team   of “XARAS” PASTRY LAB” , with pleasure showed us the secrets of making a greek traditional pastry made of fyllo, sugar, walnuts and honey. At the end all partners got a sweet treat.


 The next step was  the  lunch in the city centre. All the partners had a great time while tasting some traditional greek  food.

After lunch we walked to the meeting  place and we had the chance to go sigtseeing of the city  In the meeting place we continued the presantations.  The first presentation was from the Italian partner, Dr. Maria Cristina Turola, responsible for the elaboration of the results of our common  research on the quality of the life. Dr. M.C. Turola presented the  final version with the final results elaborated by her and underlined the possibility to publish our common research in a scientific journal as the work can meet all the premises  and the prerequisites to be published.

Ms Maria Kavouri, also from AIMNetwork, presented us a new product an “e-learning  DIGITAL PLATFORM”. This product was elaborated by the young people of “NETWORK REVOLUTION ” enterprise, who cooperate with AIMNetwork in ICT issues. She explained to us that the platform is like a website and gives the possibility for synchronous and asychronus teaching  useful for distance e-learning. Everyone can get an account  and can see what the teacher has uploaded (asynchronus learning) through the  digital blackboard is possible to have a sychronus face to face classroom. Then Mrs.Kavouri gave us some examples about the  platform and explain its facilities. Consequently the  Italian partners anunced  a proposal for a new project, under the Erasmus + programe, entitled   “ICT in HEARTS” which hopefully, will  be the sequel of “HEARTS”.


The Romanian coordinator explained about the workshop of painting eggs, a very interesting workshop in the area of Bucovina. These eggs are painted not only for Easter but for decoration as decorated items. The members of Bucovina Guides took part in this workshop and with the guidance of the teacher, they created painting eggs.

Also show us the workshop of Italian partners, garden construction, which was very interesting and the Greek partner’s workshop was a “Ceramic” workshop and a “Taste and Photography” workshop.

 

-  All  partners  presented  the dissemination of the project  and what they have done in their countries and what kind of disseminations they  did.

- The Romanian partner firstly, they show us the dissemination reports. As far as the Romanian partner gave a presentation about the dissemination of the project (to be prepared a list of multimedia materials) and the workshop of all partner counties. Secondly, explain the evaluation of the internal staff involved in the mobility's and about the evaluation of the materials created in the frame of the project.

 

After the presentation in the meeting place, two visits took place

- First visit was at the Athlete Club of Tripolis where we had a discussion with the president of the local athletic team and we discuss about a future cooperation of the countries who were involved in this project based on the Erasmus Sports – this is something new, and the leader of this, the European Union,  gives a lot of importance.

- Second visit was at the “Folk Art Museum”, a very interesting place and the partners had the chance to see old objects such as tools, household objects, paper documents, handmade beads etc.

- Later on that night we had dinner at a local traditional restaurant with  live music band and the Mayor of the city was honored us with his presence.


Saturday 29 March 2014

In the second day of the meeting the coordinators  discussed about the future activities. The discussion was focused on internal and external evaluation and the Romanian coordinators explained us how can this evaluation can be done and  how the results can be exported. We also discussed about of the progress of the program “Hearts” and talked about partners’ tasks.


Excursion to Mycenaes - A GREAT HISTORICAL PLACE

http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/gh351.jsp?obj_id=2573

“Visit Mycenae! Going up the Mycenae hill, you will arrive at the Mycenaean monumental gate of the fortification wall, the Lions Gate. Within the fortification wall, you will see the Palace of Mycenae and the underground water container, which was connected with natural sources in the area through an underground aqueduct. Do not forget to have your flashlight with you! At the bottom of the hill, you can visit the Archaeological Museum of Mycenae. Within easy reach, there lies the tomb of Agamemnon, which is still called the tomb of Agamemnon, even though it is now known that it does not belong to the legendary king of Mycenae, as people formerly believed. “


A tourist guide talked to us about the history of  the place and we visit the archailogical meseum which had unique exhibits

 

Dinner was followed in Nafplion

Certifications Awards

A tour at the graphic city of Nafplion

Back to Tripolis


Sunday 30 March 2014

- departure day 


4th Meeting HEARTS in Bolu, Turkey 

Bolu Halkın Eğitimini Geliştirme ve Destekleme Derneği was the host for the fourth meeting of The Hearts Project between the dates 18th and 21st October, 2013. There were 2 partners that came to Turkey: Italy and Romania. Romania attended with 9 participants in its team whereas Italy was in Bolu with 3 participants.


Friday 18 October 2013 

The participants arrived in Bolu. After welcoming all the guests we all had dinner to talk about the plans for the following presentation and meeting days.


Saturday 19 October 2013

The meeting started with the welcoming speech to Bolu and the presentation of the programme by Mesut Arabacıoğlu. The Romanian project coordinator, Nicoleta Loghin gave a speech about what have been done so far and what will be done. It was decided to leave the repetitions in the Project by using shortcuts and omitting the same tasks. The Greek partner wasn’t able to come to the meeting because of a sudden health problem of a close that is why the “Greek Good Practices, Computer Training For Older Students” by Eleni Tzani was read and discussed between the other partners in the meeting. 


In the coffee break, while the quests were having a rest by eating and drinking they also had the chance to look on the traditional handcraft products made by the old people in the association. Two different television channels from Bolu was also there to make an investigation and interview about the Project.

After the break Mesut Arabacıoğlu gave a presentation about dissemination activities organized by Bolu and portfolio. Then the Romanian coordinator Nicoleta Loghin presented their workshop with the ceramics. We could observe all the steps needed in the creation of a ceramic object and its final form with colourful paintings with the help of photos. After that, The photos taken by the director of the Public Education Center Mr. Kemal Yaman were showed and discussed. These photos were about different people living in different places of Turkey and working in various kinds of jobs according to Turkish traditions and customs. Also we got the partners watch the video of “How to Make Turkish Tea” as a workshop and talked about the importance of Turkish tea in terms of the Turkish traditions and customs. At last it was the Italian partner’s turn to present their workshop on Traditional Italian Values. It was called “Pasta Making, Art & Craft”. First Maria Kavauri and Maria Chiara Turola gave the recipe of how to make a pasta with fresh egg by showing their workshop with photos and later they told about another workshop in Metal works. They gave some information about why iron has been so significant and valuable for Ferrara. They said that thay believed the name of the city came from the iron and most of the surnames are Fabbri in Ferrara.


After that it was time to go for lunch in the city centre. All the partners had a great time while tasting some traditional food. After lunch a visit to a centre for disabled people was held and all the partners told about the organizations and activities for people with disabilities in their own countries. Another visit to the Almshouse of the Bolu Municipality was held and it was observed in details what kind of opportunities were offered to old, sick, homeless and poor people by the municipality. 


For the next stop, the quests were taken to Lake Gölcük for photo Safari. After the return to city centre it was free time to walk around the town or buying for some souvenirs. In the evening the Project group met again to enjoy eating and drinking in company with some traditional folk music.


Sunday 20 October 2013

In the second day of the meeting it was discussed about the future activities and deadlines. The place and time for the next meeting was decided around 5th of April 2014 as well as a deadline to come with proposals and ideas. First of all it was decided the new structure of our manual of Digital Literacy. 


For the second item it was discussed about the Brochure. 


It was also decided that the deadline for the first draft is 15th December.


In the second part of the day after the meeting, it was time to go for a walk to the Bolu Museum to see the ancient and historical valuable pieces of products. There were also a series of traditional clothes and handcrafts to attract the attention of the quests. Then a trip to historical Mudurnu district was held to see the town, historical buildings and good practices of handcrafts there. After lunch with delicious traditional meals in the garden of an old mansion, the Project group left from Mudurnu to see Abant Lake with its beautiful natural scene on the return way to Bolu city centre. At dinner time in a cafe&restaurant all the participants who attended the 4th meeting took their certificates from the president of our association ,Fatma Isnık ,after the speech of Mesut Arabacıoğlu.


Monday 21 October 2013

Departure of participants taking part in the optional activitiy.


Third Meeting HEARTS in Bucharest, Romania

Between 22 and 24 JUNE 2013, Bucovina Guides Association was the host for the HEARTS project third meeting, in Bucharest.

During the two days of the meeting, Bucovina Guides Association was the guest for 4 Greeks, from Computer House, Tripolis.


The present partners were:

Greece: Computer House, Tripolis

Romania: Bucovina Guides Association, Suceava

                           

Friday 21.06.2013 – the participants arrived in Bucharest by the plane.


Saturday 22.06.2013

The first day of the meeting started at the hotel where our guests were accommodated. We got to know each other and there we went to the National Museum “Dimitri Gusti”, Bucharest, the meeting place.

In the museum, the meeting had an informal style, being held outdoor, in the garden of a traditional Romanian house. Here the aspects of the meeting agenda were discussed.

We started with the welcoming wishes, after this, the project manager, Nicoleta Loghin, resumed the most important aspect of the meeting from May: tasks, deadlines, future meetings, etc.)

On this occasion, we set the tasks for the Greek partner, which should be finished until a date due to be decided on the yahoo group later. The main discussion was based on the dissemination of the HEARTS project, the realization of an workshop and the creation of the digital literacy guide.

Before the lunch break we had a presentation of the history and the connotations of each symbol of the old traditional house architecture. Also, the guide explained out guests the usage and also the meaning of each object and instrument from the house.

After that, Eleni Tzani, from Greece, talked about the implementation of the questionnaire in Greece, which were the issues met during the realization of the report and also about the importance of the documentation for the creation of this report for her team.

                    

In the second part of the day, after 5 p.m. , we visited the “Traditional Romanian IA fair” at the “Alchemia Contemporan Arts Centre”, organized by IIANA in Bucharest. There we were welcomed by the IIANA staff and Alchemia.

After this, the manager of Alchimia, Dragos Farmazon, made a brief presentation of our project and partners and then, we talked about the objectives, the aims of our project and the importance of perpetuating the traditions from generation to generation.

Lately, Ms. Anca Tatomir, from the Alchimia team, presented us different models of traditional “IA”, from different parts of the country. She explained the connotations and the meanings of the old , handmade symbols found on the shirts. This fair aimed to promote and perpetuate the traditional outfits and also to encourage people to still wear them. At the end, we were answered to the questions, all this in a jovial atmosphere with traditional Romanian music in the background.

             

Sunday 23.06.2013

This day was reserved for social and cultural visit to important social and cultural monuments from Bucharest.  


Monday 24.06.2013 – Departure day 

Second Meeting HEARTS in Suceava, Romania

Between 17 and 20 May 2013, Bucovina Guides Association was the host for the HEARTS project second meeting, in Suceava. With this occasion, the working agenda regarding the important future aspects of the project was set and also, this was the perfect moment to introduce the guests to the culture and the traditions of Bucovina. Therefore, there were 3 partners that came to Romania: Italy, Greece and Turkey and a number of 14 people: 3 from Italy, 4 from Turkey and 7 from Greece. The Romanian team had 5 participants.

The partner associations are:

Italy: AimNetwork, Ferrara

Greece: Computer House, Tripolis

Romania: Bucovina Guides Association, Suceava

Turkey: Bolu Halkın Eğitimini Geliştirme ve Destekleme Derneği, Bolu


Friday night 17.05.2013 –  the participants arrived in Sueava by different means of transport. Together with Turkey, we had dinner at a central restaurant in Suceava, where we welcomed the guests, got to know each other and the plans for the following days were presented. 


Saturday 18.05.2013

Saturday started with the welcoming speech of the president of the Bucovina Guides Association, Ciprian Constantineanu, the project coordinator, Nicoleta Loghin and our special guest Nicoleta Robciuc. Also, the members of the teams that will work together during the 2 days of activities were presented.   

            Next, is was discussed about the implementation of the project and the stage at which it is now, and also, about the finished and future final product.

            Maria Cristina Turola and Maria Kavouri from AIM Network, Italy, explained to us the importance of a good implementation of the project and how can this be made. Also, AIM Network, presented the structure of the questionnaire, the importance of some good questions, the problems that can occur during the implementation and during the creation of the final report of the questionnaire. A very important aspect that was highlighted by the Italy team is about the interpretation of the questionnaire which must be realized based on the received answers and how we can do this, especially in the case of the open questions.

At the invitation of Nicoleta Robciu, we tried to define the term “old age person”. The participants presented their opinion regarding the age at which a man can be called an: old aged person” and the age at which a person can be called “young”. As a result, it was decided that we refer to old when the person is above 60 and to young when the person is under 30.

Moreover, we talked about the number of questionnaires that should be implemented. The Italy and turkey members suggested a number of 50 questionnaires for each age group, meaning 100 in total. For the implementation and the interpretation it was set a deadline, 15th of June. The Italian team will be responsible of the final report of the questionnaires. The final results and the comparisons between the 4 countries will be presented in September, during the meeting form Turkey.  As a result, it was decided that the next meeting will take place in Bolu, Turkey.

               

An attractive point of the meeting was the presentation about the quality of life questionnaire (contents and results) by Mesut Arabaciglu from Turkey and Maria Cristina Turola from Italy. They talked about the differences of the principles, activities and passions between the two generations. 

               

This meeting was organized in the meeting room of the Sport and Teenagers center, Suceava.

               

According to the agenda, the next activities took place at the Promotion of the traditions from Bucovina center, where the participants visit the workshops accommodated here: traditional New Year masks, Easter egg painting, traditional clothing, leather and wood crafts, clay pottery, icon painting. This was a good occasion for our guests to see demonstrations in working with the wood and ceramics and to see traditional tools. The participants could see the steps needed in the creation of a ceramic object, until the burning step, could observe the composition of the materials, the instruments used and then, the final form. This was a good opportunity to find more about the importance of perpetuating these traditions. 


The activities at the center were coordinated by Nicoleta Robciuc and Nicoleta Loghin.

                                                 

After the visit to the center was over, we continued the activities in the meeting room in order to give new tasks and set deadlines. Therefore, it was decided that the Greek team will be responsible for the E-portofolio and the digital literacy, the Turkey team will realize the report for the dissemination of the project, the Italian team will do the analysis of the result of the questionnaires and will do the comparison between the results from the 4 countries and the Romanian team will centralize the result of the evaluations made after each meeting. All these will be accomplished step by step, regarding the number of the meetings, the results of each team being presented in the next meeting in Turkey. 


Sunday 19.05.2013

This day was reserved for social and cultural visit. So, together we was visiting the most important social and cultural monuments around Suceava County.


Monday 20.05.2013 – departure day


First Meeting HEARTS in Ferrara Italy


The first meeting of Hearts – Heritage Empowering Affectivity, revaluing Traditions and Solidarity, project have took in Ferrara Italy from 13th till 16th December 2012. At this meeting were present the partners from Turkey, Romania, Italy and Greece. We were aqa number of 20 persons, more exactly: six from Turkey, seven from Romania, one from Greece and six from Italy.

 

Representatives of the partners involved in the HEARTS project:

Italy: AimNetwork, Ferrara

Greece: Computer House, Tripolis

Romania: Bucovina Guides Association, Suceava

Turkey: Bolu Halkın Eğitimini Geliştirme ve Destekleme Derneği, Bolu

THE AGENDA OF THIS MEETING:

13th December

In the first evening, we had the arrival of the groups from Turkey and Romania and the mutual presentation of the participants.

During the workind dinner, participants talked to each other about their groups and about the project;in particular, they examined the proposals and possibilities about the second meeting, not yet assigned. Everyone agreed with the proposal to hold the meeting in Romania, preferaly in second week of May, to avoid the costly periods of Easter. 

 

14th December

The whole day’s work took place at the Elderly Social Center “Il Melo”.

The project partners presented their country and their activities, using short videos and PowerPoint presentations. Lavinia Prosciuc presented 

After the lunch, the participants had a guided tour of the center and Gianni Bonaccorsi, the responsible for the gardens showed us the vegetables gardens of the old people. Later on, in the meeting room, Luciano Federici, the president of the Social Center “Il Melo”, talked about the history of the Center, the number of the associates, the activities and the participants to the different activities (gardening, dancing, pool, cultural travelling, health groups and others), highlighting the need for an intergenerational collaboration; with him, Michele and Edmo, members of the centre, illustrated the respective areas.

The coordinator of the project, Nicoleta Robiuc, explained the objectives that need to be achieved as a result of the first meeting, and the various tasks to be assigned. The logo of the project was approved; the participants discussed the BlogSpot, prepared by the Romanian association. A BlogSpot is preferred to a website, for the lower cost and for the persistence and availability of the documents on web. All the products of the project will be available on the BlogSpot.

 

Assessment is one of the tasks of this phase of the project; Ms Maria Cristina Turola, from the Italian partner presented a preliminary semi-structured questionnaire, aimed to collect information on the potential aged learners. Furthermore, the Italian partner will be soon prepare a similar questionnaire for youngster by Valentina Muceli and Ilaria Bimbo in their quality of psychologists. The coordinator proposed that all groups  should work on this schedule, suggesting changes or additions peculiar to their situation/culture. The agreed deadline is 31st January 2013.

In the case of the evaluation of the quality of life, the Italian group suggested the use of a standardized instrument, the WHOQol - bref (26 items), a free, self-administered questionnaire of World Health Organization , cross-culturally comparable.

 

15th December 2012

The venue of the meeting is the Music Room of the Municipality of Ferrara. Maria Cristina Turola addressed to the participants and introduced Deputy Mayor, Dr. Massimo Maisto. He welcomed the participants and highlighted the importance of the theme of old age and aging, especially in an area like Ferrara, where the percentage of elderly people is very high : “It is essential to enhance the role of the elderly, and not marginalize them”. Moreover, he pointed out the interest of the institutions for this type of project, and asks to be kept informed of the initiatives linked to it.

 

Maria Kavouri introduced Dr. Laura Lepore from Municipality of Ferrara, coordinator of Foreign Area office and counselor of Intercultural Education. Dr. Lepore evidenced the need to define the concepts of young, elder, old, oldest and their background and assures their cooperation.

Introduction of Professor Tiziano Telleschi (University of Pisa) and his lecture: Intergenerational transmission of values and abilities: the mediation’s role of Associationism.

 

In the end, the coordinator of the project, Nicoleta Robiuc, summarized the results of the meeting, recalling the need to be simple and concrete, to define the respective tasks; she will send to the associations a proposal for the tasks, to report all activities and especially to communicate each over: the communication is the most important task in this project. At the end, the certificates ceremony took place. Fuat Sunay in his quality of student of University of Turin in the faculty of communication and media, from the Italian partner, realized videos and took photos from the whole the event in order to realize a trailer and a short film. Aimnetwork addressed a big thank you to all, who cooperate for the realization of this meeting. 
 
“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”.

         6th meeting Tripoli, Greece

5th meeting Tripoli, Greece

4th meeting Bolu, Turkey

3rd meeting from Romania

2nd meeting from Romania

1st meeting from Ferrara