This is a reference for Andreea Maris

Making Waves

The training activity took place
in Järvenpää, Helsinki, Finland
organised by CIMO Finland and MUCF Sweden
2-4 November 2016
Reference person

Mauri Uusilehto

(organiser)
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Aims & objectives

Making Waves aims to establish contacts and develop ideas for future cooperation of Baltic Sea Region countries within the EU Europe for Citizens Programme. Following the success of the previous events (2013 Stockholm, 2014 Tallinn and 2015 Vilnius) in creating international partnerships, Baltic Sea region’s contact making seminar “Making Waves” takes place for the fourth time, bringing together around 50 participants representing civil society organizations and public authorities from six countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden. The aim is to create partnership possibilities between participating organisations and provide in depth knowledge about Europe for Citizens Programme.

In order to support and develop new project partnerships, the participants of the seminar will get a better understanding of Europe for Citizens Programme’s funding opportunities and priorities, application process and criteria. They will also be participating in a workshop with analyses examples of good applications and in workshops of preparing applications considering their own ideas of possible projects while going through all phases of the project span.

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

Facilitators
Andreea Maris (Sweden)
Pia Nurmio-Perälä (Finland)

The seminar is targeted to civil society organizations and public authorities from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden who are interested in developing international cooperation with funding from the Europe for Citizens Programme, including towns, municipalities and regional authorities, town twinning associations and networks, non-profit organizations and CSOs, survivor’s associations, cultural/youth/educational/research organisations. One participant per organization is expected to attend.

Training methods used & main activities

Group work, presentations, brainstorming, exchange of good practices etc.

Outcomes of the activity

Increased knowledge about the Europe for Citizens programme;
Creation of a space of exchange of good practices related with the implementation of Europe for Citizens projects;
Networking and brainstorming on possibilities of collaboration on EfC projects

Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

Facilitation of the contact making seminar;
Reporting of the CMS

I worked on this training for 2 days as a full time trainer.

Testimonial of the reference person

Andreea is really innovative and invigorating facilitator. I admire her ability to solve surprising situations in a tranquil and creative way keeping the goals of the seminar all the time in her mind whatsoever. She masters fluently different participatory methods and in our trainig seminar her expertise and experience of the topic and the Programme ensured the added value for the training seminar. True multitasker!

It was a great pleasure to work with Andreea. I warmly and sincerely can recommend her as a facilitator!

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