On July 4 and 5, 2023, THYME project partners – Transferring (Feet) Head Heart Hands Youth Methodology to (Middle) East – got together for the ‘Transnational Management and Quality’ meeting hosted in Beirut by Caritas Lebanon Youth.
The main purpose of the meeting was to review the progress of the project and set goals for the upcoming months. The meeting also provided an opportunity for the partners to share their experiences and learn from each other.
The first day of the meeting focused on the evaluation of the activities that have been implemented so far. The partners discussed the state-of-the-art of the accomplished workshops, the level of preparation for future seminars, and the results achieved during the first year of the project and the third semester.
The second day of the meeting focused on the future of the project. The partners discussed the program review, the adaptation of the sustainability plan, and the sharing of intermediate results of the dissemination and exploitation measures.
The meeting was a productive and informative event. It helped the partners to assess the progress of the project and to set ambitious goals for the future. The partners are confident that the THYME Project will make a significant contribution to the development of global citizenship education in the Middle East.
About THYME Project
The THYME Project is an EU-funded project that focuses on global citizenship education, democracy, and sustainable development. The project aims to enhance the awareness of youth as global citizens and to enable them to explore the means of influencing their local communities for better sustainability.
The project is implemented by a consortium of partners from Italy, Spain, Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt. The project activities include the development of training materials, the organization of workshops and seminars, and the creation of a network of youth leaders.
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