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youth EKCYP and PEYR
EKCYP and PEYR
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EU-Council of Europe...
💡 Did you know that behind the Youth Partnership's extensive resources and tools are two networks of experts that bring their in-depth knowledge and expertise on youth policy to our everyday work? Meet the European EKCYP and PEYR, the two networks that are vital to our work! Who are these experts? What do they do exactly? Watch our video and visit our website for more information ➡️ https://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/experts
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education The contentious politics of expertise in the COVID-19 crisis
The contentious politics of expertise in the COVID-19 crisis
28 Mar 2023
EUI TV
In this presentation, Dr Riccardo Chesta explains how the different links between scientific expertise and political resources affect not only the dynamics of contention but also its outcomes, based on case studies in Italy and France. This event was organised by the Crisis of Experts Knowledge and Authority Interdisciplinary Research Cluster.
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training Busting myths about green skills
Busting myths about green skills
27 Mar 2023
European Training Fo...
Let's discuss the green and digital transition and the role of green and digital skills in education and labor market policies in EU neighboring countries. ️ During this LIVE interview we will debunk common myths related to green skills, such as whether they are only for people who work in the environmental sector or accessible only to economically wealthy countries.We will also discuss the relevance of green skills to existing jobs, the expense of learning and implementing green skills, and whether they are only relevant for high-skilled workers or certain industries. The guest speakers are:  Markus Janser from Institute for Labor Market and Vocational Research (IAB), Germany Romain Boitard from European Training Foundation. Join us and participate in the conversation!#Skills4Change #EuropeanYearofSkills
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education Bringing the labour market to the Erasmus Generation | Career Fair EGM 2022
Bringing the labour market to the Erasmus Generation | Career Fair EGM 2022
24 Mar 2023
Erasmus Student Netw...
Bringing the labour market to the Erasmus Generation | Career Fair EGM 2022
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education Q&A online session on 24 March 2023
Q&A online session on 24 March 2023
24 Mar 2023
Interreg Europe
A recording of the Q&A session about Interreg Europe's second call for project proposals.
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education RENPET Round Table: Europe's Turning Point
RENPET Round Table: Europe's Turning Point
23 Mar 2023
UACES
The ‘Europe’s turning point’ roundtable was part of a three-day series of sessions, workshops, and lectures hosted at Leiden University. The roundtable was open to all students, staff, and other interested people. The Russian invasion of Ukraine on 24 February transformed European security and will have long term effects on relations between the European Union and its neighbouring states. In this roundtable we discuss how to understand the policies and priorities of Russia, as well as the distinct dilemmas and challenges facing Turkey in the context of the war. We further compare the perspectives of these states, as well as that of Ukraine, on the EU’s role and policies during the war. Finally, and in line with the inquiry into the EU’s role as seen from its neighbors, we consider the implications for the EU’s neighbourhood policy. Speakers: Helene Sjursen (chair) is a Research Professor at ARENA Centre for European Studies, at the University of Oslo. Her research interests include, theories of international relations, the EU’s global role, Eu enlargement and questions of democracy and foreign policy. Meltem Müftüler-Baç is Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, and Professor of International Relations and Jean Monnet chair at Sabanci University, Istanbul. Tom Casier is Reader in International Relations at the Brussels School of International Studies. He is Deputy Director of the University of Kent's Global Europe Centre and Visiting Professor at the University of Leuven. Olga Burlyuk is Assistant Professor of Europe’s external relations at the University of Amsterdam Department of Political Science and an affiliate of the Amsterdam Centre for European Studies. Gergana Noutcheva is Associate Professor in International Relations and European Foreign Policy at the Political Science Department of Maastricht University. RENPET is an Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network of ten major universities across Europe and a leading pan-European professional academic association. Its aim is to foster cutting edge research, translating that research into innovative teaching and professional development. RENPET members actively engage in policy debates.
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education RENPET Conference 2022 - Keynote with Tony van der Togt
RENPET Conference 2022 - Keynote with Tony van der Togt
23 Mar 2023
UACES
This video is part of last year's RENPET conference in Leiden (June 1-3 2022), hosted by Leiden University. The keynote was held by Tony van der Togt, who is an Associate Senior Research Fellow at Russia and Eastern Europe Centre of the Clingendael Institute in The Hague and Strategic Policy Adviser for the Europe Department at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. RENPET is an Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Network of ten major universities across Europe and a leading pan-European professional academic association. Its aim is to foster cutting-edge research, translating that research into innovative teaching and professional development. RENPET members actively engage in policy debates.
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training Green Skills Award 2023
Green Skills Award 2023
23 Mar 2023
European Training Fo...
Green Skills Award 2023
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education Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 second call launch
Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 second call launch
22 Mar 2023
Interreg Europe
Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 second call launch
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education Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 opening session
Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 opening session
22 Mar 2023
Interreg Europe
Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 opening session
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education Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 closing session
Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 closing session
22 Mar 2023
Interreg Europe
Europe, let's cooperate! 2023 closing session
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culture Sustainable Housing for Resilient Communities: the impact on our environment
Sustainable Housing for Resilient Communities: the impact on our environment
21 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
The UIA Work Programme on Community Architecture and Human Rights (CA + HR) organised a webinar on 15 March 2023 with the theme: Sustainable Housing for Resilient Communities: the impact on our environment. More: https://bit.ly/3kNUDr9
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culture ACE-EAAE Public Conference: NEB:UPSKILLING X (EDUCATION+PRACTICE
ACE-EAAE Public Conference: NEB:UPSKILLING X (EDUCATION+PRACTICE
20 Mar 2023
Architects' Council ...
On Thursday 20 April 2023, the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE) and the European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE) are co-organising a one-day public conference to discuss what are the skills, methods and pedagogies needed for a flourishing and ecologically beneficial architectural practice that addresses the challenges of our turbulent twenty first century. This event programme discusses developments, teaching practices and models of innovation within architecture that include, but also go beyond the private-public axis, to engage community-based initiatives, microeconomies and modes of empowerment that express the emerging new values of this era. Read more: https://www.ace-cae.eu/activities/events/2023/ace-eaae-public-conference-neb-upskilling-x-education-practice-20-april-2023-in-brussels-online/
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culture Lecture Series: Women on stage | Marie Míčová, 25/10/2022 | Réseau Art Nouveau Network
Lecture Series: Women on stage | Marie Míčová, 25/10/2022 | Réseau Art Nouveau Network
16 Mar 2023
Réseau Art Nouveau ...
Marie Míčová, "Minka Podhajská (1881 – 1963), toy design between two ages". --- Mgr. Marie Míčová, art historian, curator Born 1971, based in Prague, Czech republic 2004 – graduation – art history, Faculty of Philosophy, Charles University, Prague 2007 – curator of toys, Collection – textiles, fashion, toys, Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague, Czech republic Occupation field : history of czech toys 1875 – 1939, new artistic imputs, influations and relationships on the turn on 19. and 20. centuries in Prague and Vienna between Czech, Austrian and German artists. Selection on exhibitions and collaborations within UPM (Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague) from 2008 till today : Czech Toy, Artěl Cooperative, Matchbox, Ladislav Sutnar – Toys and Puppets, Small Stories, Minka Podhajská, Find a Toy. ---- Subscribe to the RANN channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs9NrDD8gZk3fIxlBeZfMhg Follow us on our social media channels! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ReseauArtNouveauNetwork Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reseauartnouveaunetwork/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/reseau-art-nouveau-network/ Website: https://artnouveau-net.eu/ ---- Presentation Images: Copyright as mentioned in the presentation Music: www.bensound.com
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culture Lecture Series: Women on stage | Stéphanie Cantarutti & Cécilie Champy-Vinas, 29/11/2022 | RANN
Lecture Series: Women on stage | Stéphanie Cantarutti & Cécilie Champy-Vinas, 29/11/2022 | RANN
16 Mar 2023
Réseau Art Nouveau ...
Stéphanie Cantarutti & Cécilie Champy-Vinas, "Sarah Bernhardt, icône et artiste de l’Art Nouveau". --- Stéphanie Cantarutti is chief curator of the Petit Palais, the Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris. A former student of the Ecole du Louvre and the Institut National du Patrimoine, she was successively curator at the Maison de Victor Hugo and the Musée Bourdelle in Paris, before joining the Petit Palais. In charge of the 19th century painting collections, she curated the exhibitions “Albert Besnard (1849-1934), Modernités Belle Epoque” in 2016-2017, “The Dutch in Paris (1789-1914)” in 2018 and “Ilya Répine (1844-1930), painting the Russian soul” in 2021-2022. She is currently working on several exhibitions planned at the Petit Palais in 2023, one devoted to Sarah Bernhardt, with Cécilie Champy-Vinas, and the other to Eva Gonzalès (1847-1883), the painter who was the only pupil of Edouard Manet. Cécilie Champy-Vinas, Director of the Zadkine Museum Cécilie Champy-Vinas is a curator and has a doctorate in art history. She was in charge of sculptures at the Petit Palais, the Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, before becoming director of the Musée Zadkine in Paris in autumn 2021. At the Petit Palais, Cécilie Champy-Vinas has curated several exhibitions devoted to 19th century sculpture and art (Jules Dalou in 2013 and Vincenzo Gemito in 2019 at the Petit Palais, Meunier, Dalou, Rodin: Les sculpteurs du travail in 2020, at the Musée Camille-Claudel in Nogent-sur-Seine). With Stéphanie Cantarutti, she is currently preparing an exhibition dedicated to Sarah Bernhardt for spring 2023, which will retrace the actress’s career, but will also rediscover her taste for and artistic practice of sculpture. ---- Subscribe to the RANN channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs9NrDD8gZk3fIxlBeZfMhg Follow us on our social media channels! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ReseauArtNouveauNetwork Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reseauartnouveaunetwork/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/reseau-art-nouveau-network/ Website: https://artnouveau-net.eu/ ---- Presentation Images: Copyright as mentioned in the presentation Music: www.bensound.com
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training Green Skills Award 2023: The Launch
Green Skills Award 2023: The Launch
16 Mar 2023
European Training Fo...
👉 We have a very important announcement to make! ⭐️The ETF Green Skills Award is back⭐️ 👤 This year we will also be joined by a very special guest who will help us get the competition off to a flying start! ➡️ At the launch event we will be able to answer all of your questions, including: What is the Green Skills Award? How can you apply? What is the deadline for submitting your application? What is the selection process? What are the prizes? ✅ So join us as we officially open the 2023 edition of the Green Skills Award. #Skills4Change #EuropeanYearofSkills
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training DARYA EU Project - Vlogs: Story of Mashhura from Tajikistan
DARYA EU Project - Vlogs: Story of Mashhura from Tajikistan
15 Mar 2023
European Training Fo...
DARYA is an EU-funded project​. - It is the first project to focus entirely on vocational education and training in Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan)​. - DARYA stands for Dialogue and Action for Resourceful Youth in Central Asia - It will run for 5 years until 2027. - The estimated budget is €10 million​. - The European Training Foundation will implement the project.
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culture Lecture Series: Women on stage | Helena Seražin, 11/10/2022 | Réseau Art Nouveau Network
Lecture Series: Women on stage | Helena Seražin, 11/10/2022 | Réseau Art Nouveau Network
14 Mar 2023
Réseau Art Nouveau ...
Helena Seražin, "Helena Vurnik's decoration of Ljubljana's most iconic Art Nouveau building". --- Helena Seražin, (1970) obtained her PhD in 2003 in Art history at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana. She works as a Research Adviser at the France Stele Institute of Art History at the Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (UIFS ZRC SAZU) in Ljubljana. As an Assistant Professor she also gave lectures at University of Ljubljana and Faculty of Humanities in Capodistria. A recipient of various scholarships, she visited numerous institutions to perform research at their departments of Art history or History of architecture, among them Università Ca' Foscari and IUAV in Venice and Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies in Florence. In the last period she has led several applied projects related to modernist architecture and 20th-century urbanism, among them she headed the Slovenian partnership in the EU project “Women’s Creativity since the Modern Movement – MoMoWo,” (2014–2018), an interdisciplinary project co-funded by CREATIVE EUROPE program, www.momowo.eu). Regardless of the leadership of the above, she continuously performs research on early modern art and architecture, centering on profane and sacred architecture and art commissioning in early modern Slovenia and the territory of the Venetian Republic. She is author and editor of several scientific monographs‒among them To the fore : female pioneers in Slovenian architecture, civil engineering and design‒and periodicals. Among others, she is the president of Slovenian Association of Art Historians. ---- Subscribe to the RANN channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs9NrDD8gZk3fIxlBeZfMhg Follow us on our social media channels! Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ReseauArtNouveauNetwork Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reseauartnouveaunetwork/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/reseau-art-nouveau-network/ Website: https://artnouveau-net.eu/ ---- Presentation Images: Copyright as mentioned in the presentation Music: www.bensound.com
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education Innovator award 2023 winner New Entrepreneur Mariia Alipatova
Innovator award 2023 winner New Entrepreneur Mariia Alipatova
13 Mar 2023
ErasmusEntrepreneurs
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education Innovator Award 2023 winner Host Entrepreneur Gianpietro Calai
Innovator Award 2023 winner Host Entrepreneur Gianpietro Calai
13 Mar 2023
ErasmusEntrepreneurs
@ErasmusEntrepreneurs
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education Innovator Award 2023 finalist Host Entrepreneur Nelly Davtyan
Innovator Award 2023 finalist Host Entrepreneur Nelly Davtyan
13 Mar 2023
ErasmusEntrepreneurs
@ErasmusEntrepreneurs
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education Innovator Award 2023 finalist New Entrepreneur Ieva Sapalaite
Innovator Award 2023 finalist New Entrepreneur Ieva Sapalaite
13 Mar 2023
ErasmusEntrepreneurs
@ErasmusEntrepreneurs
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culture Arts Festivals Summit 2023 Peralada/ Girona: online Prelude meeting
Arts Festivals Summit 2023 Peralada/ Girona: online Prelude meeting
10 Mar 2023
European Festivals A...
The Arts Festivals Summit takes place from 23 till 26 April 2023 in Peralada/ Girona, Spain. Hosted by the Festival Castell de Peralada, the Summit will unfold the 70 Years-On Agenda and invite festivals, cities, the business sector to connect and work together on some key issues related to the role of the arts, festivals and festival stakeholders in society. Get ready for an inspiring 4-day event gathering 200 delegates in the heart of Catalonia.
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youth EPLM conference - SUSTAIN-MOBILITY
EPLM conference - SUSTAIN-MOBILITY
10 Mar 2023
EU-Council of Europe...
SUSTAIN-MOBILITY is the fourth conference of the European Platform on Learning Mobility (EPLM) in the youth field. It was hosted by JUGEND für Europa, National Agency for the EU programmes Erasmus+ Youth and European Solidarity Corps in Germany, in co-operation with the Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth and other EPLM members. The conference brought together over 120 practitioners (youth workers, youth trainers), National Agency staff members, researchers, policy makers from local/regional/national level and young people to discuss this important topic. You can find more about the conference here: https://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/conference-2023
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youth EPLM conference - Panel on sustainability and learning mobility
EPLM conference - Panel on sustainability and learning mobility
10 Mar 2023
EU-Council of Europe...
SUSTAIN-MOBILITY is the fourth conference of the European Platform on Learning Mobility (EPLM) in the youth field. It was hosted by JUGEND für Europa, National Agency for the EU programmes Erasmus+ Youth and European Solidarity Corps in Germany, in co-operation with the Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth and other EPLM members. The conference brought together over 120 practitioners (youth workers, youth trainers), National Agency staff members, researchers, policy makers from local/regional/national level and young people to discuss this important topic. You can find more about the conference here: https://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/conference-2023
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education Advancing gender equality through better research assessment
Advancing gender equality through better research assessment
10 Mar 2023
European University ...
Each International Women's Day, the European University Association seizes the opportunity to raise awareness about gender disparities in universities. In 2023, EUA invited leaders from its member universities to address this topic, sharing their thoughts and experiences on how a reformed research assessment system can embrace enhance gender equality practices at institutional level. Currently, research assessment systems do not sufficiently consider gender equality as a dimension in the assessment of researchers, research projects and research activities. However, the publication of the Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment, co-drafted by EUA, and the creation of the Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment (CoARA) now offer unparalleled opportunities for universities to be agents of positive change in this area, devising actions and strategies that foster, promote and recognise gender equality, diversity and inclusiveness practices at institutional level. Speakers: • Senena Corbalán García, Vice-Rector for Research, University of Murcia • Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes, Vice-Rector for Innovation, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) • Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Rector, Stockholm University Reviewing research assessment, as part of a reform of academic careers, is a priority for EUA. Please find more information here: https://bit.ly/VisionUniversities2030 You can find more information about the Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment (CoARA) on its website: www.coara.eu Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: https://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: https://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: https://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - Introduction (Day 1)
UIA Heritage Conference - Introduction (Day 1)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
The aim of “World Heritage Convention - 50th Anniversary Conference” is to draw attention to the significance of our cultural and natural heritage as well as their crucial role in planning the resilient future of our planet against the crisis and challenges that are awaiting. UIA Secretary General Pei Ing Tan opened the session.
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - WHC in Asia and Oceania (UIA Region IV)
UIA Heritage Conference - WHC in Asia and Oceania (UIA Region IV)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
Moderated by Anju Malla Pradhan (Nepal), the session included presentations from: - Olimpia Niglio (Italy): The Hidden Christian Sites in the Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan; An Inter-cultural Reflection on the International Recognition of the Hidden Christians in Southern Japan - Tang Yu-yang (China): Evolving Conservation Approach and Practice of World Heritage Site of the Great Wall of China - Lui Chak Keong (Macau SAR): The relationship with the Intangible Cultural Heritage and the Life of People in Macao - SabinaTandukar (Nepal): Pashupati Temple Complex - Present Scenario and Future Prospects
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - Hon Peninah Malonza, Cabinet Secretary, Tourism Wildlife & Heritage, Kenya
UIA Heritage Conference - Hon Peninah Malonza, Cabinet Secretary, Tourism Wildlife & Heritage, Kenya
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
The aim of “World Heritage Convention - 50th Anniversary Conference” is to draw attention to the significance of our cultural and natural heritage as well as their crucial role in planning the resilient future of our planet against the crisis and challenges that are awaiting.
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - WHC in the Americas (UIA-Region III)
UIA Heritage Conference - WHC in the Americas (UIA-Region III)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
This session was moderated by Monica Bahia Schlee (Brazil) with presentations from: - Leonardo Castriota (Brazil): Overview and performance of World Heritage Convention over the last 50 years - Alfredo Conti (Argentina): The WHC and Latin America: achievements and challenges - Umberto Bonomo (Chile): The challenges of modern architecture in Latin America - Patricia O’Donnell (USA): Our Shared Landscape Heritage: The Earth Needs Human Care for Planetary Rights
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - Introduction (Day 2)
UIA Heritage Conference - Introduction (Day 2)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
The aim of “World Heritage Convention - 50th Anniversary Conference” is to draw attention to the significance of our cultural and natural heritage as well as their crucial role in planning the resilient future of our planet against the crisis and challenges that are awaiting.
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - Western Europe (UIA Region I)
UIA Heritage Conference - Western Europe (UIA Region I)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
The session is moderated by Nida Nayci (Turkey). It features presentations from Mathias Ripp (Germany) on Urban Heritage as a Resource for Resilience; Experiences from Europe and Geoff Rich (UK) on Bath Abbey and Roman Baths, Bath UK: potential of both buildings to fit for purpose ‘for the next 100 years
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - Day 2: WHC in Africa (UIA Region V)
UIA Heritage Conference - Day 2: WHC in Africa (UIA Region V)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
Moderated by Samer Helmy, this session includes presentations by: - Donatius Kamamba (Tanzania): Challenges Facing the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention in Africa over the last 50 years - Tariq Al Murri (Egypt): Challenges and Obstacles in Managing World Heritage Sites - Historic Cairo as a Case Study - Heidi Shalaby (Egypt): Efforts of the Egyptian government to preserve and manage heritage sites: a review of the challenges and mechanisms to deal with them - Herman Kiriama (Kenya): Sustainable Development of World Heritage Sites in Kenya; the case of the Miji Kenda Kayas
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culture UIA Heritage Conference - Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East (UIA Region II)
UIA Heritage Conference - Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East (UIA Region II)
9 Mar 2023
UIA - Union Internat...
This session is moderated by Marla Haber Goldstein (Israel) with presentations from: - Soumyen Bandyopadhyay (UK): Master planning, Urban Design and Architectural approaches for Bahla Oasis World Heritage Site - Oman - Michael Turner (Israel): The Role of Cultural and Natural Heritage to meet the increasing Environmental and Social challenges of our times -A. Güliz BİLGİN ALTINÖZ (Turkey): Evaluation of the challenges and opportunities of being nominated as ‘UNESCO World Heritage’ over the case of Bergama - Turkey
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education Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs 30th Network Meeting - DAY 2
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs 30th Network Meeting - DAY 2
9 Mar 2023
ErasmusEntrepreneurs
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs 30th Network Meeting - DAY 2
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culture Happy International Women's Day 2023
Happy International Women's Day 2023
8 Mar 2023
European Landowners'...
Happy International Women's Day 2023
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youth The European Youth Work Agenda
The European Youth Work Agenda
8 Mar 2023
EU-Council of Europe...
What does the community of practice need for youth work to be available to all young people all over Europe. Who assumes responsibility for taking the Agenda forward at all levels? What are the areas to further develop?
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education Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs 30th Network Meeting - DAY 1
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs 30th Network Meeting - DAY 1
8 Mar 2023
ErasmusEntrepreneurs
Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs 30th Network Meeting - DAY 1
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education Innovation vouchers: strengthen regional innovation ecosystems
Innovation vouchers: strengthen regional innovation ecosystems
8 Mar 2023
Interreg Europe
On 8 March, the Policy Learning Platform hosted a webinar on the topic of innovation vouchers. Use the agenda below to navigate to the topics of interest: Concept and moderation by Arnault Morisson and Marc Pattinson, Thematic Experts of Research and innovation. 00:01:02 Introduction by Arnault Morisson to the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform and topic of innovation vouchers  00:12:56 Presentation by Dorota Skwarek from Marshall Office of Lubelskie Voivodeship, Poland, on voucher for innovation (BRIDGES project) 00:23:01 Q&A: If we look at the regional level, to what extent are the innovation vouchers aligned with Smart Specialisation priorities?  00:25:44 Presentation by Jukka Reunavuori from Tampere, Finland, on Tampere Region Innovation Voucher (INNOBRIDGE project) 00:39:04 Q&A: You mentioned 400 service providers and few criteria, could you tell us if you have a screening in place?  00:40:43 Q&A: Is there some sort of eligibility check beforehand?  00:42:42 Q&A: Were the service providers active in promoting the scheme?  00:44:52 Q&A: In the end, an invoice is issued by the provider to the voucher recipient. Does this mean that the amount is paid to the SME beneficiary?  00:48:54 Presentation by Susana Larrea from SPRI - Basque Business Development Agency, on Basque Digital Innovation Hub KONEXIO (S34GROWTH project)  00:59:31 Q&A: How did you identify the other digital innovation hubs?  01:01:47 Q&A: Are you planning to do anything to accelerate the interest or awareness of the programme?  Panel discussion 01:04:12 Q&A: How is the adequacy of the voucher amount with the service offered assessed?  01:13:42 Q&A: To what extent do you use external intermediaries for promoting innovation vouchers to SMEs?  01:19:52 Q&A: What about respective state aid rules connected to vouchers?  01:22:26 Q&A: Do you make use of match funding (SME has to provide the missing percentage of the fund)? And does this create a barrier for SMEs to apply?
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culture FRH Talks in collaboration with @esachchannel9996 | Young Voices in Religious Heritage
FRH Talks in collaboration with @esachchannel9996 | Young Voices in Religious Heritage
7 Mar 2023
FRH - Future for Rel...
FRH Talks | Young voices in Religious Heritage Together with ESACH (European Students' Association for Cultural Heritage) we invited three young heritage professionals to our first talk of 2023 to present their work and projects and discuss how young people can be encouraged to discover and be part of religious heritage. 🔗More FRH Talks: https://www.frh-europe.org/frh-talks/
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culture Built with Bits 2, Final Ceremony
Built with Bits 2, Final Ceremony
7 Mar 2023
EuropeanaEU
Built with Bits 2, Final Ceremony
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education digitel IO2 teacher & advanced organizer final take
digitel IO2 teacher & advanced organizer final take
7 Mar 2023
EADTU
digitel IO2 teacher & advanced organizer final take
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education Advancing gender equality through better research assessment: Why should the research community care
Advancing gender equality through better research assessment: Why should the research community care
7 Mar 2023
European University ...
Speakers: • Senena Corbalán García, Vice-Rector for Research, University of Murcia • Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes, Vice-Rector for Innovation, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) • Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Rector, Stockholm University Each International Women's Day, the European University Association seizes the opportunity to raise awareness about gender disparities in universities. In 2023, EUA invited leaders from its member universities to address this topic, sharing their thoughts and experiences on how a reformed research assessment system can embrace enhance gender equality practices at institutional level. In this video, speakers present their ideas on why the academic community should pay attention to the recognition of gender equality practices within research assessment systems. Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: https://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: https://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: https://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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education Advancing gender equality through better research assessment | How can CoARA help?
Advancing gender equality through better research assessment | How can CoARA help?
7 Mar 2023
European University ...
Speakers: • Senena Corbalán García, Vice-Rector for Research, University of Murcia • Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes, Vice-Rector for Innovation, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Each International Women's Day, the European University Association seizes the opportunity to raise awareness about gender disparities in universities. In 2023, EUA invited leaders from its member universities to address this topic, sharing their thoughts and experiences on how a reformed research assessment system can embrace enhance gender equality practices at institutional level. In this video, speakers present their ideas on how the recently launched Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment (CoARA) can support gender equality in research, empowering universities to be agents of change. Please find more information about the Coalition for Advancing Research Assessment (CoARA) here: www.coara.eu Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: https://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: https://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: https://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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education Advancing gender equality through better research assessment | Best practices from universities
Advancing gender equality through better research assessment | Best practices from universities
7 Mar 2023
European University ...
Speakers: • Senena Corbalán García, Vice-Rector for Research, University of Murcia • Toril A. Nagelhus Hernes, Vice-Rector for Innovation, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) • Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Rector, Stockholm University Each International Women's Day, the European University Association seizes the opportunity to raise awareness about gender disparities in universities. In 2023, EUA invited leaders from its member universities to address this topic, sharing their thoughts and experiences on how a reformed research assessment system can embrace enhance gender equality practices at institutional level. In this video, speakers present practical examples from their universities showing how they were able to support and promote gender equality within research assessment processes and institutional research activities. Connect with EUA Online: Visit EUA Website: https://bit.ly/EUAWebsite Like EUA on Facebook: https://bit.ly/EUAFacebook Follow @euatweets on Twitter: https://bit.ly/EUATwitter Follow EUA on Linkedin: https://bit.ly/EUALinkedin © European University Association
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culture EFFE Seal for Festival Cities and Regions: Preparatory Workshop - European Festivals Association/EFA
EFFE Seal for Festival Cities and Regions: Preparatory Workshop - European Festivals Association/EFA
6 Mar 2023
European Festivals A...
During this online preparatory workshop, Hester van der Werff (Spokesperson of the EFFE Seal for Festival Cities and Regions) shared information to support cities and regions in the process of joining the EFFE Seal by focussing on the concrete example of Leeuwarden, one of the 7 founding cities of the EFFE Seal. The EFFE Seal for Festival Cities and Regions is a recognition and an invitation to cities and regions that wish to associate and integrate their development and image with a strong festival, cultural - and European - commitment. If you would like to know more about the EFFE Seal, head to: https://www.efa-aef.eu/en/initiatives/effe-seal-for-festival-cities-and-regions or write to: info@efa-aef.eu
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culture Fiscal Policy: What is it and why it matters
Fiscal Policy: What is it and why it matters
6 Mar 2023
European Youth Forum
Do you ever wonder where your taxes 💶 go to, and on what the government spend them on? In this video, we explore the fascinating world 🗺️ of fiscal policy - the government's approach to managing its money and where it comes form. Join us as we demystify 😶‍🌫️ the world of fiscal policy and discover how it affects all of us. Want to join the next workshop on 28 March? 👇👇👇 'Tackling the climate crises - where does the money come from?' https://www.youthforum.org/activities/advocacy-webinars-fiscal-policies-for-a-sustainable-future Want to read more and connect with us? 👇👇👇 👉 Presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Yq4sTXL9x8vBwkDdlPt_VucwHk8ssC1xK7cMdnDU41I/edit?usp=sharing – 👉 Mailing list "A Better economy": https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeert8ZiSGC3EQ_u_X2-08I3JtdyaRF4N7qKdOs756EWrUvDg/viewform?usp=sf_link – 👉 European Youth Forum's website: https://www.youthforum.org/topics/fiscal-policy – 👉 Fiscal Matters' website: http://www.fiscalmatters.eu/ – 👉 European Environmental Bureau's position paper on the EU fiscal rules reform: https://eeb.org/library/eeb-position-on-the-eu-economic-governance-framework/ See you 🌿✊
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culture Gaming Lace
Gaming Lace
3 Mar 2023
EuropeanaEU
Can lace-making become a game to teach the value of heritage? Bruges’ long and illustrious tradition of lace-making becomes the key to show kids how to embed craft in their future - and therefore the future of the world In the video, produced by EFHA - European Fashion Heritage Association in collaboration with @ModeMuseum - Fashion Museum Antwerp, Rudy De Nolf, manager of the Lace Centre & Museum (Kantcentrum), explains how he managed to turn traditional techniques into an enjoyable and shared learning experience. The video is part of the Europeana Crafted series. #craftingheritage
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culture Archiving Lace, Crafting History Part I
Archiving Lace, Crafting History Part I
3 Mar 2023
EuropeanaEU
We all know the depot of MoMu houses many fashionable gems - and we were fortunate enough to discover with Frieda Sorber, curator and expert on the history of lace. Through a selection of highlights from the museum’s collection, Frieda takes us through a chronological journey that allows us to marvel at the minutiae of lace, and learn about European history through one of its most precious and prized craft. This first part of the interview traces the origin of lace, and starts delving into its technical and commercial evolution up to the 17th Century. The video, produced by EFHA - European Fashion Heritage Association in collaboration with @ModeMuseum - Fashion Museum Antwerp, is part of the Europeana Crafted series. #craftingheritage
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culture Lace 3.0: The Arts and Crafts of 3D Printing
Lace 3.0: The Arts and Crafts of 3D Printing
3 Mar 2023
EuropeanaEU
Can lace be the stuff the future is made of? The 2021 exhibition ‘P.LACE.S - Looking through Antwerp Lace’ expressed MoMu’s take on the topic, suggesting how heritage & craft can indeed be both repositories and sources for the development of new artistic, productive and creative languages. In this video, curator Romy Cockx describes the show and its enchanting objects, focussing on the special project of a 3D-printed handkerchief inspired by the one depicted by Peter Paul Rubens in 1615. Always at the forefront of fashion exhibition-making, MoMu’s project becomes an incubator of new ideas and experiments, fostering the development of cutting edge collaborations reimagining craft for the future. The video, produced by EFHA - European Fashion Heritage Association in collaboration with @ModeMuseum - Fashion Museum Antwerp, is part of the Europeana Crafted series. #craftingheritage
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