Working Group Members

Meet the experts and find out more about them

The WG builds on the expertise of its members. It concists of long-term committed international assessor of accreditions in Erasmus+ and Quality Label in the European Solidarity Corps.

  Name NA / SALTO Thoughts about the WG
Michail Drakomathioulakis Cyprus National Agency The WG can help having a common language for everything QL-related. The Solidarity Corps Guide and the EC guidelines are the soil, we use our different backgrounds and realities as the nutrients and the sunlight which support the growth of a blooming garden, with many beautiful flowers: the Solidarity projects!
Barbara Eglitis European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre

The Quality Label Working Group is linking  it´s diverse expertise to foster a Quality Label structure which supports high quality voluntary services, jobs and traineeships within the European solidarity Corps program - an important mission for more solidarity among Europe!

Emanuel Franga Romanian National Agency The WG has an important mission, such as working on technicalities, setting tailor made concepts and common approaches while the working tools will aim to help more the future Solidarity Corps beneficiaries in the transition to the next phase of Programme.
Mario Garcia SALTO South East Europe

The QL working group is a practical resource to pave the way for decision making. It helps identifying needs from the main stakeholders and supports the development of concepts, processes and capacities.

The different background and expertise of the WG members facilitate fruitful discussions to approach QL from complementary perspectives.

I think that the activities of the QL working group are relevant to enable the improvement of quality in the implementation and they will contribute to provide the Programme with a shared identity across the different geographic areas open to participation.

SALTO SEE has joined this group in order to be actively engaged in developments in the area of QL and to be involved in the communication with all relevant stakeholders.

Christine Keplinger European Solidarity Corps Resource Centre The WG reflects unity in diverstiy of the whole Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps environment. To create a successful support mechanism different persepcitves and realities need to be taken into considartion with the result to come up the with best solution for everybody involved.
Annamaria Molnar Hungarian National Agency Using of the experience and expertise of its members the WG can contribute to the development of the Quality Label process. To achieve this the group undertakes taking part in analysing existing and planned tools, methods and recommending further developments, supporting the network and capacity building of Quality Label experts.
Aisté Natkeviciuté Lithuanian National Agency We are a team of experts from different realities and countries that want to make QL process as clear, resembling and smooth as possible. I believe in sharing experiences and creating magic with EC guidelines.
Malgorzata Pawlowska SALTO EECA I think that the main aim of the Working Group is to stimulate exchange of knowledge and experience among all the actors involved in the  Quality Label awarding process (or accreditations) - to make this work more efficient and maybe even, why not, easier.
Maja Selan Polish National Agency The standards for QL have been developing for years and the WG now provides a chance to compare best practices from all over Europe on a more regular basis in order to support a more strategic QL approach in ESC.
Jérémy Trémolières French National Agency This working group on quality label is a perfect opportunity to exchange on the different realities concerning the quality monitoring of the ESC missions, to share good practices and to find inspiration for improvement in the future!
Magda Wagenknechtova Czech National Agency The WG has a great potential to contribute by setting and developing effectively the QL process, reflecting the needs of NAs, SALTO Centres, EC and organisations.  At the same time, it gives space for sharing accreditor´s and QL expert´s experience and good practice and for supporting  QL experts in their professional development.
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